Saturday, October 18, 2008

 

ARABISM = RACISM!



ARABISM = THE RACISM!

Uruba - unsuriyyah

The wild racist virus on a vicious campaign of burning all non-Arab ethnicities down, main victims include:



Kurds, Jews, Berbers, Persians, Assyrians, Asians, Africans.




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Arabism Equals Racism
Some things change, others never will - such as the acceptance of anyone else's political rights in a multi-ethnic region that most Arabs see exclusively as "purely Arab patrimony." That's the Arab-Israel conflict in a nutshell; but it is also the core of the Arab-Berber, Arab-Kurd, Arab-Black African, Arab-Copt, Arab-Assyrian, Arab-non-Arab Lebanese conflicts, as well, among others. The Arabs' Anfal Campaign against the Kurds and their actions in Darfur and the rest of the southern Sudan are just a few of many examples of Arab genocidal actions against all who might disagree.
To be accepted, and not literally exterminated, one must do what Egypt's most successful Copt did - consent to this age-old forced subjugation and Arabization. Dr. Boutros Boutros Ghali became a top official in President Anwar Sadat's government and went on to become Secretary General of the United Nations, as well.
"Uncle Butros" instead of "Uncle Tom".
He also instructed that for it to be accepted, Israel, as an entire country, must consent to being Arabized; like those Kurdish kids in Syrian Kurdistan who are forced today to sing songs praising their "Arab identity" and so forth.
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=24912

Berber Leader: "There Is No Worse Colonialism Than That of the Pan-Arabist Clan that Wants to Dominate Our People"... just as Islamism did not need us to be born and extend, since it is the result of educational policies installed by Arabist governments ...It is ultimately the Arabism as an imperialist ideology
http://memri.org/bin/latestnews.cgi?ID=SD156907

Pan-Arabism & the professor
In the words of political science professor Adeed Dawisha, pan-Arabism at its inception was deeply influenced by European fascism, with the result that "Arab nationalists, infused with the illiberal ideas of cultural nationalism, had almost nothing to say about personal liberty and freedom."
Thus, in keeping with his pan-Arab beliefs, Maksoud has apologized or excused the excesses of assorted Arab tyrannies.
http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/1308

'Chemical Ali' sentenced
Ali Hassan al-Majid, a cousin of Saddam's who is known as Chemical Ali, was sentenced to death for a second time Tuesday for his part in crushing a Shiite uprising in 1991.
Mohammed Oraibi al-Khalifa, a judge for the Iraqi High Tribunal, sentenced Majid and other senior figures from Saddam's government.
Among them were Abdelghani Abdul Ghafor al-Ani, who headed Saddam's Baath Party in southern Iraq at the time of the uprising and who also received a death sentence Tuesday. The former defense minister, Sultan Hashim Ahmad al-Tai, received a 15-year prison sentence.
Majid already faces a death sentence for his role in a 1981 crackdown on Kurds in northern Iraq.
Judge Khalifa said Tuesday that Majid was guilty of crimes against humanity.
A lawyer for Majid's defense team said that they would not be able to comment until after an appeal is filed.
Majid remained calm, but his co-defendant Ani shouted: "I welcome death if it is for Iraq, for pan-Arabism and for the Baath. Down with the American and Persian occupation."
The judge told Ani to "shut up." In later remarks to his fellow judges, he was overheard saying: "All the Baathists are this way. Baathists live as Baathists and die as Baathists."
http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/12/02/mideast/iraq.php



Towards another disaster
By Aso Karim
The Kurdish Globe
Thursday, 04 December 2008, 02:04 EST
Since the Iraqi State has been established under the hands of the English, only the Kurds asked for power-sharing, decentralization, and autonomy, and are now insisting on federalism, democracy, and accordance.
The Arab elite see those demands of the Kurds as separatist and rebellion. In short, Kurds were the makers of change in Iraq, but they couldn't find a large front of change around themselves that can accept part of those demands. As a result they have faced big disasters.
[...]
...of the governing [Arab] elite, according to their ideological and political backgrounds
[...]
The source of that is the very idea of power hunger and centralism that were brought to Iraq by the English in the 1920s, and which was developed by the pan-Arabism movement that was developed in 80 years. This has only brought about disaster.
http://www.kurdishglobe.net/displayArticle.jsp?id=5A95C78952AE18393AD622368B94F0B6

The Arab League as a useless ideological racist Arabist institution has existed only to promote Arabism and Arab racism against colonised non-Arab nations.
http://www.kurdmedia.com/article.aspx?id=9285

The Kurdish people in Syria has been subjected to racist Arabist policies ... social backwardness and the repression of non-Arab nations and minorities
http://home.cogeco.ca/~dbonni1/18-3-03-opinion-kamal-miraddeli.html

Hanging Saddam: New Middle East's Aurora America's lethal enemy: Pan-Arabism
A free Iraqi, free of the mental pestilence of Pan-Arabism. He was free of any criminal intimidation expressed by any criminal bogus-ambassador of a Pan-Arabist tyranny! And the verdict was a victory for the long tyrannized peoples of that land...
http://www.theconservativevoice.com/article/20525.html

The chorus of lamentation for Saddam consists of a few isolated figures espousing the bankrupt ideologies of pan-Arabism and Islamism. ...
http://www.middle-east-info.org/league/iraq/iraq.htm

Arabism at its Most Ugly
http://beirut2bayside.blogspot.com/2004/07/arabism-at-its-most-ugly_23.html

'Eurabia' Defined Arab and Islamic anti-Israeli propaganda, barely disguised in academic and ... and geopolitics of Euro-Arabism; in this process, European anti-Americanism...
http://www.faithfreedom.org/oped/AndrewBostom51116.htm

...In the following years and the pain still piercing, Bakr Sidqi, the Baghdadi army's chief responding to the zealous cry of the new pan-Arab fascists organised the cold blooded massacre of innocent Assyrians with the watchful eye of Imperial Britain, because they dared to ask for the recognition of the Assyrian nationality and the Assyrian cultural rights within the newly formed regime.
Betrayed and denied by Imperial Britain, the Assyrian national uprising was suppressed and the Assyrian rights' movement was pigeonholed. For the next decades and under various successive regimes the Assyrians were known by their religion as 'Christians' until the ascent of the new Baathists to power in the hot summer of 1968. Then things started to change.
http://www.zindamagazine.com/html/archives/2002/7.1.02/index.php

What Happenned To the 80 Millions Assyrians After the Fall of Nineveh?
By: Paroqa D'Omta Ashoureeta
[18 April 2007]
Progenitor of Wars and Tyrannies: the Falsehood of Pan-Arabism
The deep and hidden reason of the tyrannical oppression practiced throughout the Middle East is the imposition by France and England of pan-Arabic nationalist cliques that intend to dictatorially arabize the various peoples of the Middle East, who are – all – not Arabs.
http://www.betnahrain.org/bbs/index.pl/noframes/read/15531

Husri correctly deduced that it was through education, especially children, that the "new morality" of Arabism was to be transmitted. In this endeavor, he achieved a great success. In this mission he was helped by a certain British advisor to the Iraqi Ministry of education by the name of Lionel Smith. Smith seems to have admired Husri's passionate zeal for education, but is on record for stating that many of Husri's "views were wrong". Husri's attitudes against non-Arabs seem to have been adopted by his son Khaldun al-Husri, a nationalist Arab historian who has attempted to minimize the violent destruction of the Assyrian community in Northern Iraq in the 1920s. This is reflected in:
Husri, H. (1974). The Asyyrian affair. The International Journal of Middle East Studies, 5, 161-176, 344-360.
For an account of the Assyrian tragedy consult: Stafford, R.S. (1935). The Tragedy of the Assyrians
http://www.venusproject.com/ecs/aFarrokhArab.html

Islamist Ethnic-Cleansing of Assyrians in Iraq
[August 13, 2008]
Assyrians are not seeking to re-establish Assyria, that is an unrealistic dream. Assyrians simply want to live in peace and freedom, to practice their religion, to teach their language and history. In the last 1400 years, thus has proven to be elusive, as every power that be wanted to assimilate Assyrians. We are called Arab-Christians, Iranian-Christians, Turkish-Christians and now Kurdish Christians... The Arabs had their Ba'ath ideology, with its pan-Arabism, where everyone was an Arab, even if he wasn't
http://www.frontpagemag.com/articles/Read.aspx?GUID=D3CC0184-4CB4-48C5-9C98-1229267A8A52

Assyriac: Denied in Its Own Homeland But Accepted in England Therefore, sooner or later Assyrians in their homeland will either submit to absorption into "Pan Arabism Pot" or they will resist and be deported. ...
http://www.atour.com/government/docs/20020124a.html

Assyrians and Kurds were struggling against the common oppressive Pan-Arabist regime of Saddam Hussein
http://www.aina.org/guesteds/20080416165822.htm

Is Pan-Arabism a Nationalism without a Nation?
[2007]
For a long period of time those called Arabs were the tribes living in the Arabian Peninsula… After the Islamic conquests, the number of Arabic-speakers began to rise. These new Arabic-speakers could not claim descent from the Arabs, and for many centuries they were not viewed as Arabs, nor did they consider themselves to be such.
[...]
The problem is that this totalizing theory did not present realistic and just solutions to the various conflicts that tear apart our region to this day. The policies of forced Arabization; the mistreatment of the Kurdish minority in Iraq, the oppression of the Kurds in Syria, the harassment of the Coptic minority in Egypt and the Assyrians and Chaldeans in Iraq; the provocations against what is left of the Jewish diaspora in a few countries like Yemen, Syria, and Iraq; and the intimidation and cultural negation of any minority that refuses to submit to what the peddlers of Pan-Arabism try to impose on them – all of this does nothing but generate more violence and tragedy.
If the military intervention in Iraq and the deposing of the Pan-Arabist Saddam Hussein regime has had one positive result, aside from the timid beginnings of a democratic political process, it is without doubt the fact that light has been shed on the great sectarian, linguistic, and cultural diversity with which the Middle East is blessed. The question of accepting the other's difference and identity remains the greatest challenge for the Arab nationalists.
http://www.masrifeki.com/english.4.074.0.htm

Pan-Arabism’s Legacy of Confrontation with Iran ... Arab racism against Iranians
http://www.ghandchi.com/iranscope/Anthology/KavehFarrokh/index.htm
Another Muslim "thinker" has ... criticized the Arab world. Libyan ruler Muammar Qaddafi's analysis of the Arab world - reported by the Libyan newspaper al-Shams - began with a romantic look at the 1948 war of Israeli independence, "the only time that all the Arabs fought as one people and as one nation." The Arab leaders of the day, Qaddafi explained, are today seen as "reactionaries", but "they were 1,000 times better than the Arabs of today, who have no courage, honor, blood, or pride." Today, however, the Libyan dictator declared, "you cannot speak of Arab unity and pan-Arab nationalism." Qaddafi complained that Libya had stood up for Arab unity and the Palestinian cause. That "Libya became the enemy of the Jews and the entire West for the Arabs, and without this there would have been no problems between Libya and the US and even between it and the Jews, or between Libya and Europe. If we had not gotten ourselves in trouble in battles because of pan-Arabism and Arab unity, we would have been spared all the tragedies caused us."


Bitterly, the Libyan leader declared, "If we were not an Arab country, [the Arabs] would not be cursing us...Leave us alone! Are you attacking us because we are Arabs? We're fed up. We are Africans. Treat us like Africans." He asked, "What is the connection between Libya and Kuwait? One country is situated in Africa and the other in Asia." He sarcastically called for all Arabs to leave Africa and return to Arabia, "at least to receive their quota of oil," Qaddafi then continued: "The Arabs have become the joke of the world because they do not think of their future..."


"The Arabs are completely useless...." Qaddafi declared, "We will not be finished together with them. We will be, ultimately, in our African nation and on the African continent...by means of which we will become stronger, like the American continent and the European continent. The Arabs have written a mark of disgrace in history that they will never be able to eradicate. They watch what is happening in Iraq and in Palestine from the sidelines. They are finished. They have no honor and they have no blood. There is no longer any Arab blood or pan-Arab blood, Arab unity, Arab manliness, Arab femininity. There is nothing. The situation has gotten so bad that the women are the ones who take the initiative. Today was the most dangerous "fedaii" [terror] operation in so-called Israel - and it was carried out by a young Palestinian woman, not by a man." The Libyan leader repeated, "The Arabs are completely useless. We must not waste time. The Arabs are through. Tomorrow, Asia will es tablish great unions and Africa is already united - and where are you, Arab?"


As for Africa, Qaddafi apologized for having "brought Mauritania, Djibouti, Somalia, and the Comoro Islands into the Arab League...Look what an injustice I did them. I brought them into a failed nation, a failed regime, and failed people..." And of the Libyan people he asked that they, "agree to quit the Arab League, without wasting time. These people [the Arabs] are useless. Their situation is terrible. We must be rid of them, of their curses and of their problems."
http://www.freeman.org/m_online/nov03/pasko1.htm


'Saddam' letter: Full text... (May 2003) From Saddam Hussein to the mujahideen everywhere; to the courageous sons of Arabism...
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2944318.stm


Saddam Hussein's speech
The text of President Saddam Hussein's message to the people of Basra on 26 January as read out by an announcer on Iraqi TV... Serving Islam and Arabism. The firm stand of jihad is the destiny of the people undertaking it and the harm inflicted and continues to be inflicted on you ...
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/monitoring/263295.stm


BBC NEWS | Middle East | Who are the Maronites? 6 Aug 2007 ... Its early stance was pro-Western and opposed to Pan-Arabism. It once formed ties with Israel.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6932786.stm


Moroccan Berbers press for rights (2001)
Protests are growing in Morocco over the authorities' policy of Arabisation.
More than 60% of Moroccans claim to be Berbers - the original inhabitants of North Africa...
'Arab conquest'...
Little did they realise that the pan-Arabism based in the Middle East would expand in such fury to North Africa and result in this pan-Arab hysteria, trying to obliterate anything that is native to North Africa and especially its language," Mr Ouzzat says.
"This Middle Eastern movement generated a movement of culturally genocidal proportions. It is actually trying to subdue local identity in order to augment the numbers of so-called Arabs."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1097087.stm


Ikhwan Cole: Arabism and Islamism... There are Muslim thinkers who meld political Islam and Arabism-- this is common in Egypt, e.g. But they belong to a different religious and intellectual ... Hizbullah, also an Islamist group, has long been using the mixed language of Islam and Arabism, which is why Chuck Freund and I came up with the labels "Pan-Arabist Islam/ism" or "Arabo-centric Islam" (see also Matt Frost, who has an interest in this particular subject. Cf. Lee Smith's old article in Slate, and, Josh Landis' excellent post on the Baath and whether it's "secular"). In fact, speaking of Nasser, that's precisely the sort of image Hassan Nasrallah has been projecting: a Shiite Nasser.
If you take a look at Avi Jorisch's Beacon of Hatred, you'll see in the accompanying DVD-Rom the various propaganda clips on Al-Manar which reach out to the Arabs, as Arabs, often using the term "ummat al-Arab" (the Arab Nation), to combat Israel.
http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/2106

Lounsbury: Darfur - On Racism, On Ignorance, [Arabism, Arab supremacist government in Sudan,] On Laziness and just plain stupidity (and Arab responses)
http://lounsbury.aqoul.com/archives/2004/08/darfur_on_racis.html

'Genocide in Darfur' (by Samuel Totten, Eric Markusen) Racist ideology plays an important part of the story, as it has in the history of other twentieth century genocides. And the psychology of "genocide" has become familiar through the sorry repetition of genocidal acts that the last century has witnessed. In 1987, Libya used the northwestern Darfur corner as a backdoor to attack Chad. It had equipped and sent out the so-called Arab legion, an Arab supremacist militia, to pursue Arab expansion in the mineral-rich sub-Saharan regions it bordered and to drive out the African tribes. Libya was not orchestrating a simple border raid on a poor country; it was pursuing a new strategy of pan-Arabism, couched in an emotionally charged ideology.

The Sharp distinction between Arabs and Africans in the racially mixed Darfur region had not been drawn until the ideology of pan-Arabism that came out of the Libya made itself felt... when the GoS tried to impose Sharia Law in 1983, it triggered civil war in the South. This marked the first use of government-backed militias... some of the cattle herding... of Darfur were employed in a strategy of brutality, starvation, rape, and pillage that was to be visited upon Darfur two decades later. Complaints of Arab militia harassment in Darfur surfaced in 2003...
http://books.google.com/books?id=S2a9bDb0qesC&pg=PA30&lpg=PA30

Deep down in Darfur - TLS Highlights - Times Online Darfur's Islamist leaders were already disaffected. Handicapped by the latent Arabist racism of the leadership, which hails, as it always has, ...
http://tls.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,25346-1886267_4,00.html

"Arabism" as Ethnic Mobilization in the Darfur region of the Sudan. This paper is an exploration into the construction of Arab identity in the Darfur region of the Sudan and how this construction leads to ethnic conflict.
http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p23357_index.html

California Chronicle | The Secret Reasons of the Darfur Genocide ...Pan-Arabic Anti-Nubian Racism is worse than Hitler’s Anti-Semitism. ... have been another victim of the imposition of the false ideology of Pan-Arabism.
http://www.californiachronicle.com/articles/17560

In Arabists' rule - Apparently, If you attempt to defend yourself against racist Arabs you are 'the racist'
http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/116482

Arab Identity and Ideology in Sudan: The Politics of Language ...Amir H. Idris draws a line between what he regards as the racist ideology of Sudanese Arabism, the Arabization policies that were applied in Southern Sudan ... attempt to defend yourself against racist Arabs you are 'the racist'
http://afraf.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/adm068v1

Origin of Islam - A historical human rights guide to Islam ...Today Islam's main weapon has been oil-money serving pan-Arabism. ... dictatorship and Arabic racism and the systematic killing and raping in Sudan/Darfur
http://www.geocities.com/klevius/MuslimRacism.html?1111924826171
Sudan - Civil War and Genocide
Religion is the pivotal factor in the conflict. The North, with roughly two-thirds of Sudan's land and population, is Muslim and Arabic-speaking; the Northern identity is an inseparable amalgamation of Islam and the Arabic language. The South is more indigenously African in race, culture, and religion; its identity is indigenously African, with Christian influences and a Western orientation. [...]
Background: The South
In sharp contrast, the identity of southern Sudan has been shaped primarily by the prolonged resistance to the imposition of Arab and Islamic culture from the North. This has had the effect of unifying the Southerners as black Africans and has geared them toward Christianity and the English language as means of combating Islam and Arabism.
The identity of southern Sudan has been shaped primarily by the prolonged resistance to the imposition of Arab and Islamic culture from the North.
In contrast to the Arabs, the British were associated with the redemption of the South from the Arab slave raids.
http://www.meforum.org/article/22


The De-Nubianization Policies in Egypt and the Sudan... the officially explicit and illicit policies aimed at marginalizing the Nubians in both Egypt and the Sudan by, first, driving them away from their historical homelands by systematically impoverishing their region; secondly, re-settling Arab groups in the lands the Nubians leave behind; thirdly, pushing the Nubians into Arabicization through biased educational curricula at the expense of their own languages and culture; fourth, nursing a culture of complicity among the Nubian intellectuals so as to help facilitate these policies... racist and Apartheid-like policy is adopted by the Egyptian government... how the Egyptian government began re-settling them in the Nubian regions which was evacuated four decades ago against the will of its historical people, the Nubians. In doing this the Egyptian government is consciously pushing the Nubians into being completely assimilated and Arabized, a policy pursued by the successive Egyptian governments.
http://www.sudaneseonline.com/en/article_740.shtml


the Nuba Mountains and Darfur, where Arabism, apparently an ideology of dominance, is resisted and its political designs rejected by peoples of non-Arab origin.
http://www.ossrea.net/publications/newsletter/oct02/article9.htm


Arabization policy also accompanied, in some quarters, the growth of an ideology of Arab cultural and racial supremacy that is now most evident in Darfur
http://afraf.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/107/426/21?maxtoshow=&HITS=10&hits=10


the Sudanese government, who, according to report after report, have been directly linked to the Janaweed in terms of arabist ideology and logistical support. Indeed, it is not western democracies that have estimated the number of black Sudanese murdered by the Janaweed, or who have died as a result of their refugee status, but the UN, who put the figure much higher
http://www.henryjacksonsociety.org/stories.asp?id=227

A RETURN TO PAN-ARABISM - 30-Dec-94Khaddam, like Nasser in his day, speaks about.. about the need for pan-Arabism in order to block Israel
http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Archive/Articles/1994/A%20RETURN%20TO%20PAN-ARABISM%20-%2030-Dec-94

George Will, "America must preempt next level of terrorism." In 1967, on the eve of the Six-Day War, Egypt's President Nasser proclaimed: "We are confronting Israel and the West as well." Netanyahu says: "The soldiers of militant Islam and Pan-Arabism do not hate the West because of Israel; they hate Israel because of the West." They hate "Zionism as an expression and representation of Western civilization." And they hate America because it is the purest expression of modernity--- individualism, pluralism, freedom, secularism.
http://www.omdurman.org/mideast.html

Falsehood of Pan-Arabism, Progenitor of Wars and Tyrannies Colonial practice and diffusion of Pan-arabism. Because this did not happen, .... Peace depends only on the extinction of the falsehood 'Pan-Arabism'. ...
http://phoenicia.org/panarab.html

(HALF ADMISSION BY AN ARAB WRITER...) The new pan-Arabism thrives on ...The new pan-Arabism thrives on negativity By Turi Munthe Commentary by Saturday, April 02, 2005. On February 12, Palestinian security officials reported ...
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/article.asp?edition_id=10&categ_id=5&article_id=13948

Better Mediterraneanism than Arabism... I prefer Mediterraneanism to Arabism. An Arab friend of mine from Bahrain told me some time ago: "The Middle East as a region is becoming increasingly ...
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?apage=1&cid=1215331010705&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

...Pan-Arabism should more accurately be seen as a subset, a limited version with more modest initial goals -- today Arabdom, tomorrow the world. And since Islam is a vehicle for Arab imperialism, pan-Arabism means, necessarily, promotion of Islam, and vice-versa. The goal of a unified Arab state, the goal that Nasser was said to embody, was merely a way-station on the path -- fi sabil Allah -- to spreading Islam until it, and therefore the Arabs (the "best of peoples") would everywhere dominate. Pan-Arabism was not, as so many wrong-headed analysts would have it, a movement hostile to Islam or to what is often called, misleadingly, "pan-Islamism" (which is merely the geopolitical dimension of mainstream Islam).
http://jihadwatch.org/dhimmiwatch/archives/018897.php

...the assorted versions of pan-Arabism -- Nasserism, Ba'athism -- were seen as alternatives to Islam, when in fact they were not alternatives at all. They merely displayed, for quite specific and local reasons, an emphasis on "Uruba" or Arabdom that was explicable given the impoverished state of the "Islamic world" and the fact that there were local stumbling blocks to pan-Islamism (including the lack of financial wherewithal).
http://jihadwatch.org/dhimmiwatch/archives/015313.php

Islamism and Baathism aren't that different. - By Lee Smith ..., "Arab nationalism," Kedourie explained, "affirms a fundamental unbreakable link between Islam and Arabism."
http://www.slate.com/id/2108576/

The Ba'ath party was founded in Syria in 1928 by Michel Aflaq and Salah al-Din Bitar with a pan-Arab nationalist program and elements of both Marxism and fascism. Aflaq and Bitar were influenced by Arab nationalist trends that had begun in time of the Turks, inspired in part by the Islamic and Arab reform ideologies of Jamal al-Din al-Afghani (1839-1897), his student Muhammad Abduh (1849-1905), and Abduh's student, Muhammad Rashid Rida (1865-1935). These thinkers called for a renewal of Islam, with limited borrowing of concepts from the West. Abduh in particular was active in promoting Arab autonomy within Ottoman Turkey, and had placed great hopes in the Young Turks. Rida grew increasingly anti-Western with time, and was a great influence on Hassan El-Banna, who founded the Muslim Brotherhood. While Aflaq was a Greek Orthodox Christian, Ba'ath ideology adopted an affinity for Islam, and Pan-Arabists saw one of their goals as asserting the primacy of the Arabs in the Muslim world.
http://www.mideastweb.org/Middle-East-Encyclopedia/pan-arabism.htm

Ba'athism was a deliberate copy of European Fascism; it tried to replace Islam in the people's minds with Arabism, a fascistic glorification af Arab history ...
http://www.physicsforums.com/archive/index.php/t-69426.html

Encyclopedia of the Developing World: Index - Thomas M. Leonard - 2006 - Social Science - 1759 pages
... Pan-Arabism with an emphasis on socialism incorporating ideas from Italian fascism. Ba'ath ideology..
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=3mE04D9PMpAC&pg=PA71

In an article titled "The Arab Silence on Darfur Revisited," Abu Khawla, a human rights activist and former chair of the Tunisian section of Amnesty International, points out that pan-Arabism is the chief culprit for the lack of Arab reaction to the "horrendous crime being committed by their fellow Arabs in Sudan." In his view, the only effective way to counter the pan-Arab "propaganda of hate-mongering and deceit" is to mobilize the Arab liberal movement.
http://www.memri.org/bin/latestnews.cgi?ID=SD83504

Global Terrorism and Pan-Arabism: Adelson Scholars on the Six Day War Adelson Institute Distinguished Fellow Moshe Ya'alon. "Terror was used by the Arabs against the Jews in the Land of Israel since the dawn of Zionism. ...
http://shalem-enews.com/6_day_war_communique/day%203-4.html

The Philosopher of Islamic Terror... The Islamists and the Pan-Arabists could be compared, in these ambitions, with the Italian Fascists of Mussolini's time, who wanted to resurrect the Roman Empire, and to the Nazis, who likewise wanted to resurrect ancient Rome, except in a German version. The most radical of the Pan-Arabists openly admired the Nazis and pictured their proposed new caliphate as a racial victory of the Arabs over all other ethnic groups. Qutb and the Islamists, by way of contrast, pictured the resurrected caliphate as a theocracy, strictly enforcing shariah, the legal code of the Koran. The Islamists and the Pan-Arabists had their similarities then, and their differences. (And today those two movements still have their similarities and differences -- as shown by bin Laden's Qaeda, which represents the most violent wing of Islamism, and Saddam Hussein's Baath Party, which represents the most violent wing of Pan-Arabism.)
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F01E7D91731F930A15750C0A9659C8B63

[US' defeating] al Qaeda. Its defeat finally pricked the Muslim myth that the jihadists were a military match for the U.S., just as Israel's victory in the Six-Day war of 1967 made a mockery of the martial pretensions of pan-Arabism and dealt Nasser a near-fatal blow.
http://europenews.dk/en/node/14249

Trends in Islamic Terror The terrorist groups of the ‘70s and ‘80s were primarily motivated by nationalism, separatism, Marxist ideology, pan Arabism, racism, nihilism, and economic ...
http://www.bvandenb.com/tiit/chapter11.php

Terrorism and (Arab) Racism: The linkage between racial hatred and terrorism is a phenomenon which democracies ignore at their peril. Durban uncovered racism as a real root cause of terrorism, a motivation which the terrorist seeks to camouflage by the accusation of racism itself.
http://www.jcpa.org/JCPA/Templates/ShowPage.asp?DRIT=2&DBID=1&LNGID=1&TMID=111&FID=442&PID=0&IID=1117&TTL=Terrorism_and_Racism:_The_Aftermath_of_Durban

Arabism and the on-going Palestinian terrorism
http://media.www.mustangdaily.net/media/storage/paper860/news/2006/04/27/LettersToTheEditor/Arabism.And.The.OnGoing.Palestinian.Terrorism-2100073.shtml?sourcedomain=www.mustangdaily.net&MIIHost=media.collegepublisher.com

Sudan is a perfect illustration of a mix of islamofascism and "Arabism is Racism" gone unopposed. Want to make a movie? Here are some additional ideas...
http://www.anti-com.com/weblog/archives/2004_06.html

Across the Bay: Arabism at its Most Ugly She left out that other still unresolved horror show in Sudan where the victims ... There you have it, Arabism at its finest. And this deadly ideology is ...
http://beirut2bayside.blogspot.com/2004/07/arabism-at-its-most-ugly_23.html

Arabists, "Arab Oil Interests", "Pro-Arab Sympathisers" - The Peace Encyclopedia
Arabists in government do not have names like Hamadi or Abdullah.
They can be generally defined as either motivated by money or as Arabists: meaning they ideologically agree with Arab orders.
http://peace.heebz.com/arabists.html

Arabists vs. the Middle East
Having done hardly any independent research on the twentieth-century Middle East, Cole's analysis of this era is essentially derivative, echoing the conventional wisdom among Arabists and Orientalists regarding Islamic and Arab history...
Cole, the Arabist, expresses the views of Arab nationalists and their Islamist allies.
Arab nationalists express their views through the use of terrorism, financial incentives and ethnic cleansing.
http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/1967

Antisemitism & racism, ARAB COUNTRIES 2003-4, Typical of the Arab rhetoric, Palestinian preacher Shaykh Ibrahim Madayris described the attack on Iraq in a Friday sermon at the `Ijlin Mosque in Gaza, broadcast live on Palestinian Authority TV on 21 March, as “a Crusader Zionist war.” The Crusader, “Zionist America,” he stated, had initiated an attack on “Iraq of Islam and Arabism,” thus expanding the limited notion of the war to Arabs, Muslims and Islam at large.
http://www.tau.ac.il/Anti-Semitism/asw2003-4/arab.htm

In an article titled "Ramon Can Go to Hell," Hamed Salamin, a columnist for the UAE daily Al-Bayan, wrote:
An atmosphere of sadness and shock overcame the Israelis two days ago when NASA announced [Ramon's] death… "This is enough to arouse joy in every heart that beats Arabism and Islam."
http://www.adl.org/Anti_semitism/columbia.asp

End the Darfur Genocide – 21st Century’s Most Outrageous Crime Against Mankind... quit the Arab League, denouncing Pan-Arabism in all its forms of practice as racism, and as a criminal colonial theory and system, ...
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/17925

What kind of role does anti-Semitism play in the Middle East Conflict? At what point does opposition to Israel turn into anti-Semitism? ...The spiritual and physical connection of Jews with Zion has been continuous, preceding by centuries the emergence of Muslim conquerors from the Arabian deserts. Not only that, but over half the Israeli population is not "European" at all. It was uprooted from the Arab Middle East by exclusivist pan-Arabism, Islamic fanaticism, and the pressures of decolonization.
Yet sixty years ago, there were more than a million Jews in Arab lands. Their exodus says it all. Israel integrated them, providing a haven, pride, dignity and freedom as it did for the Jewish survivors of the Holocaust. Palestinian refugees, on the other hand, were left to rot in UN refugee camps by their Arab brethren, fed with revanchist delusions about their inalienable "right of return" to Israel. If the Middle East tragedy is to be resolved, it is these camps – the seedbed of terrorism and an entire culture of hatred – which have to be dismantled and not the thriving Jewish state.
http://sicsa.huji.ac.il/klug.html

...the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin Husseini, exploited social discontent, nationalism and religion to incite the Arabs of Palestine against the British and the Jews. His unscrupulous modus operandi and his reliance on frequent assassinations precluded any serious political opposition to his fascist rule. As a result of escalating Arab terrorism, Nazi-Germany decided to support the Mufti and his movement. On July 15, 1937, the Mufti told the German Consul-General in Jerusalem, W. Dohle, that the Palestinian Arabs were united in their “sympathy for the new Germany”. But it was not only the Mufti’s burgeoning relationship with Nazi-Germany that made his ilk of fascism so dangerous. The Mufti’s views, deeply influenced by the Nazis fascist ideology and his diplomatic initiatives quickly became the single unifying political cause celebre of the entire Arab world. Throughout World War II, Nazi propaganda praised the Arab terrorists as freedom fighters. In turn, the Mufti and his followers did everything in their power to weaken Great Britain in Palestine, the Middle East and North Africa.

During the years 1948-1967, pan-Arab ideologies were the rage of the Muslim world. The Iraqi statesman, ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Bazzaz, a leading proponent of conservative pan-Arabism, likened the position of the Arabs in Islam to that of the Russians in world communism. The radical strain of pan-Arabism, however, became far more influential than its conservative counterpart.
http://ff.org/centers/cnsd/opeds/11820070259_radvanyi.html

Radical Islamic Jihad and pan-Arabism in its violent form find a common root in Amin Al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.
http://tellthechildrenthetruth.com/amin_en.html



the Mufti ...Husseini's pan-Arabist, pan-Islamist character
http://www.sullivan-county.com/id4/green_nazis.html

THE GRAND MUFTI OF JERUSALEM AND THE NAZIFICATION OF THE ARAB WORLD Mufti influenced pan-Arabists continue to wage war against non-Islamic nations and peoples... Amin el-Husseini imported his views on pan-Arabism into Palestine upon his return .... the Arab League, which is based on the principle of pan-Arabism. ...
http://www.shalomjerusalem.com/mohammedism/mohammedism21.html

Iraq... 'Pan-Arabism' is one reason why the region's a sewer
http://www.salon.com/opinion/right_hook/2004/05/19/apology/print.html

Iraqis, particularly the Sunni Arabs and poor Shiite Arabs [...] under the influence of the Baathist regime's fascist "pan-Arabism"...
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb6511/is_/ai_n29209274

Hiding Israel's Contribution To The U.S. Military... the racism from the Arabs which Israel eliminated in its official policy....
http://www.gamla.org.il/english/article/2004/jan/win1.htm

"Terrorism and Racism: The Aftermath of Durban," by Anne F. Bayefsky Durban uncovered racism as a real root cause of terrorism, a motivation which the ... by the victims of anti-Arabism in the United States and elsewhere. ...
http://www.jcpa.org/jl/vp468.htm

Islam Watch - "An Introduction to Real Islam" by Shabana Muhammad... is the cradle of pan-Arabism and the root cause of not only ... Allah favours Arab racism' prophet is to be of Quraysh stock and of white complexion. ...
http://www.islam-watch.org/Shabana/RealIslam/Chapter2.htm

Racism Masquerading As Arab-Islamic Nationalism By Charles Deng - This racist attitude leads the troika to the obvious hostility to the SPLM and ... North imposition of Arabism and Islamism on the African South...
http://www.sudaneseonline.com/en2/publish/Articles_and_Analysies_12/Racism_Masquerading_As_Arab-Islamic_Nationalism_By_27.shtml

Kurdistan Observer The Arab League as a useless ideological racist Arabist institution has existed only to promote Arabism and Arab racism against colonised non-Arab nations. ...
http://mywebpage.netscape.com/KO%20News/23-9-03-opinion-mirawdeli-kurdistani-intellec.html

CMIP - CENTER FOR MONITORING THE IMPACT OF PEACE: REPORTS [the sense of] Arabism is firmly established in (Arab racist textbooks) Israel is depicted as an alien entity that Imperialism has planted in the midst of the Arab homeland in order to crush the Arabs. Hence, it is both illegitimate and artificial.
http://www.edume.org/reports/6/5.htm

Undoubtedly, Iranians of all stripes are offended at the "Arab Gulf" scandal, not to mention pan-Arabist attempts at fomenting Arab racism against Iranians.
Arabs have complained (with justification) that they are portrayed negatively in western press, media and education, yet so many in the Arab world are unaware of the Husri-Shawkat-Aflaq legacy of racism within their own ranks.
http://www.venusproject.com/ecs/aFarrokhArab.html

Who is Racist in the Middle East - Zionism or Arabism?
http://www.zionism-israel.com/log/archives/00000012.html

Why black Africa should resist Arab domination of African Union
http://afgen.com/arab_domination.html

Pan-Arabism is a destructive political theory because it bills itself as a moral imperative without regard to the morality of its consequences.
http://www.thecrimson.com/article.aspx?ref=156779&disqus_reply=4072253#dsq-alerts

Arab Colonization Series: Pan-Africanism vs Pan-Arabism | Nigerian ...Arab racism, whose wellspring is the Koran itself...
http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/articles/chinweizu/arab-colonization-series-pan-africanism-vs-pan-ar-2.html

The Nigerian Village Square - Arab Colonization Series... Indeed, Islam is a core ingredient of Pan-Arabism. At the same time, ..... For centuries, African slaves in Arab hands served as domestics, eunuchs, ...
http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/articles/chinweizu/arab-colonization-series-pan-africanism-vs-pan-ar.html

Iraq and Darfur: Common Roots, Pan-Arabism authorized the enslavement of African Muslims in Saudi Arabia and other Arab states until the mid-1960s, when slavery was abolished due to intense Western pressure. It justified the same horrible practices during the North-South Sudanese civil war. Like Nazism, from which its founders Sami Shawkat and Michel Aflaq drew explicit inspiration, pan-Arabism inevitably leads to violence, conflict, and, where successful, subjugation, because it defines its identity in opposition to the other”the hapless Jew, the black, or the other pariah within its self-proclaimed Lebensraum.
http://www.defenddemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11777086&Itemid=347

Slavery in Mauritanian and Sudan (1996) A Testimony on ARAB SLAVERY IN SUDAN By AUGUSTTNE A LADO ...a prominent member of the Khatmiyya Islamic sect, Ali Abd al-Rahman in a parliamentary session once stated with characteristic arrogance that "the Sudan is an integral part of the Arab world and as such must accept the leadership of the two [Islamic] religious leaders, anyone dissenting from this view must quit the country "...Lt General Omer Hassan el-Bashir, current military leader of the Sudan, maintains that "Arabism without Islam will degenerate into tribalism".
http://www.archive.org/stream/slaveryinmaurita00unit/slaveryinmaurita00unit_djvu.txt

...Sudanese Islamist dictator Omar el-Bashir, ... the same Arabist Islamist regime that displaced over 5 million in southern Sudan.
http://www.spectator.org/archives/2006/10/23/blaming-bush-for-darfur

Mauritania... Slavery has been a part of Mauritanian society for centuries. In fact, today the majority of the country's population is comprised of slaves or former slaves.
http://ga0.org/freedom_action/alert-description.tcl?alert_id=4035080

Genocide... Sudan... Fundamentalist Islam and fanatical Arabism play a very important role... the situation in Mauritania is equally beset with conflict. The history and tradition of African enslavement by Arabized moors is old and has persisted to the present day
http://www.unrisd.org/unrisd/website/projects.nsf/(httpAuxPages)/0D688537308D2B28C1256BDE0030BF7E?OpenDocument&category=Abstracts+Theme+1

End the Darfur Genocide–21st century’s most outrageous crime ...Dec 13, 2006 ... Leave murderous Pan-Arabist El Bashir tyrant longer stay at Khartoum, ... quit the Arab League, denouncing Pan-Arabism in all its forms of practice as racism, and as a criminal colonial theory and system, responsible for all the evils Sudan faced during its fives decades of existence...
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/end-darfur-genocide-21st-century-most-outrageous-crime-against-mankind.html

Black slaves freed from Arab masters Nov 19, 2004 ... GLOBAL JIHAD Black slaves freed from Arab masters U.N. urged to press Sudan for emancipation, impose sanctions ... The slaves, mostly women and children, had been forced to serve Arab masters living in the north of the country, which is under rule of a radical Islamist regime
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=41531

Sudan: Widespread Gang-Rape of Boy Slaves by Arab Masters
http://www.hvk.org/articles/0802/135.html

plight of black Mauritanians enslaved by Arab masters. ...
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=17747

The Legacy of Jihad [Andrew G. Bostom] - Black Slaves, Arab Masters The final two decades of the 20th century, moreover, witnessed a jihad genocide, including mass enslavement, perpetrated. Black Slaves, Arab Masters ...
http://www.andrewbostom.org/loj//content/view/15/27/

Darfur: The Avoidance Word Still Screams Its Name Wole Soyinka (2006-10-12) ...Darfur " Genocide!" ...on their own historic claims, such as the self-pronounced Arabist, the Sudanese prime minister, Ismail Al- Azhari, who, in 1965, made the following declaration:
...We are proud of our Arab origin, of our Arabism and of being Muslims. The Arabs came to this continent, as pioneers, to disseminate a genuine culture and promote sound principles which have shed enlightenment and civilization throughout Africa at a time when Europe was plunged into the abyss of darkness, ignorance, and doctrinal and scholarly backwardness. It is our ancestors who held the torch high and led the caravan of liberation and advancement; and it is they who provided a superior melting-pot for Greek, Persian and Indian culture, giving them the chance to react with all that was noble in Arab culture, and handing them back to the rest of the world as a guide to those who wished to extend the frontiers of learning.
That lofty declaration “ never mind its hyperbolic accents - but certainly one which Leopold Sedar Senghor would have endorsed as the ringing spirit of Arabite was made just less than a decade after the first gathering of the black writers and artistes of the world, impelled also by the need to situate their race and heritage accurately in a racist world. The claims of black civilization were no less resonant at that conference, no less proud, the mission of race retrieval no less impassioned. And the question we must ask the government of Sudan today is simply this: how does the current manifesto of the Janjaweed, the champions of Arabism, its project of cultural extermination, correspond to Al-Azhariâ's manifesto of enlightenment “ among numerous others. Examine the tomes of attestation with the United Nations' fact-finding missions, examine even the dossiers that have resulted in sealed indictments against named individuals both in government and in the autonomous order of the Janjaweed, soulmates of the Milesovics, the Radovan Karavics, the Radkos of eastern Europe, and tell us if Al-Azhariâ's banner of enlightenment has not been besmirched by his Hitlerian apostles.
http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/features/37714

The Problem With Darfur's Muslims Is…
They're Not Arabs. Like Iraq's Kurds or North Africa's Amazigh (Berbers).
The title of a recent AP news brief read, "EU May Not Heed Darfur Call."
While the European sycophants of medieval Arab oil sheiks, who recently sentenced a gang rape victim to jail and two hundred lashes, have and will be pouring in billions of dollars in aid and such to support the birth of Arab state # 22 ( 2nd, not 1st, Arab one in "Palestine"), predictably, all they mostly have to offer to support victims of out right Arab murder and racism is hot air.
After the Arabs burst out of the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century C.E. and slaughtered, conquered, and forcibly Arabized millions of non-Arab peoples in the process, the Sudan (Nubia, etc.) held out for quite some time. In other parts of non-Arab North Africa, native Jews aligned with "Berbers" to resist this conquest as well.
Back in the '60s when I was starting college, the Arab-Israeli conflict, as usual, never left center stage. After the '67 Six Day War--when Israel turned the tables on the latest Arab attempt on its life big time--Israel lost its status as David to the Arab Goliath for daring to refuse to go silently into the night while the rest of the world once again looked on…as the latter is doing today with other Arab victims.
At virtually the same time in the '60s, the first modern civil war broke out between the non-Muslim black south and the Arab and Arabized north in the Sudan.
Sudan President Nimeiry's stated during the slaughter of over a half million blacks at this time (and over a million more ever since) that…
"…the Sudan is the basis of the Arab thrust into...black Africa, the Arab civilizing mission (Arabism and Pan-Arabism in Sudanese Politics, Journal of Modern African Studies, Vol. 11, #2, 1973, pp. 177-78)."
Rudyard Kipling's late 19th century poem, "The White Man's Burden," supposedly typifies Western colonialist and imperialist attitudes towards the Third World. If that's the case, then what does Nimeiry and the example below, expressed in the Syrian Arab Constitution of the Ba'th, typify…?
"...The Arab fatherland belongs to the Arabs. They alone have the right to direct its destinies...The Arab fatherland is that part of the globe inhabited by the Arab nation which stretches from the Taurus Mountains, the Pacht-i-Kouh Mountains, the Gulf of Basra, the Arab Ocean, the Ethiopian Mountains, the Sahara, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Mediterranean Sea."
Arabs habitually refer to most of the region as "purely Arab patrimony"…the Arab-Israeli and other such conflicts in a nutshell.
The more recent full scale outbreak of violence in the Sudan has an even more revealing twist.
While earlier violence there and elsewhere could largely be seen as modern extensions of the fourteen century -old clash between the Dar ul-Islam and the Dar al-Harb, the one in the Sudan's Darfur (as those in Arab-occupied Kurdistan and much of the rest of North Africa) is mostly about Arab racism and chauvinism…pure and simple. You know, those folks who like to scream about "racist Zionism." Over a thousand years earlier, this led to the overthrow of the Syrian-based Arab imperialist Umayyad Caliphate.
So, in Sudan's western region of Darfur, it's Arab versus black…regardless of religion. Ditto for Arab versus Kurd, Amazigh, and so forth.
In Sudan's largely non-Muslim south, it's a combination of both Arab racism and the conquest of the Dar ul-Islam…as exemplified also in the expected subjugation and dhimmitude of Egyptian Copts, Lebanon's Christians, Near Eastern Assyrians, and Israel, the Jew of the Nations, home to whom Arabs call "their" kilab yahud…Jew dogs.
Think carefully about all the above…especially in light of the additional bare-the necks-of-your-kids-even- further concessions Israel is expected to next make for the sake of a post-Annapolis "peace (of the grave)" with those still dedicated to its destruction--regardless of what the American President and his Secretary of State shamefully proclaim.
http://www.radicalacademy.com/studentrefpolitics22gah139.htm

Sudan is comprised of 70 percent Muslim and only 5 percent Christian populations, mainly in the south. The root of the north-south conflict is described as religious based and a continuation of the "Islamization and Arabism" of Sudan, which led to the economic and political marginalization of southern Sudanese people
https://www.afresearch.org/skins/rims/q_mod_be0e99f3-fc56-4ccb-8dfe-670c0822a153/q_act_downloadpaper/q_obj_785c0797-63d3-4a14-8b39-bf421e41bb6f/display.aspx?rs=enginespage

MAURITANIA: SLAVERY, ETHNIC CLEANSING, DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION ...unfortunately, coming back to pan-Arabism and the international Baath .... And I believe the struggle against racism and slavery in Mauritania...
http://ww4report.com/node/1022

Kola Boof... about slavery and Arabism in Sudan
http://aalbc.com/authors/kola_boof.htm

Encyclopedia of human rights By Edward Lawson, Jose Ayala-Lasso, Laurie S. Wiseberg - Page 1418
SLAVERY... The Anti-Slavery Society recently conducted an investigation into slavery in, mainly, the western provinces of Darfur and Kordofan, and in the capital, Khartoum... certain practices resembling slavery in their effects, which had been noted in the context of the armed conflict in Sudan, ...... in particular Arab-Dinka, there is an ingrained psychology of racism or Arabism which deems the Dinka inferior.
http://books.google.com/books?id=J-SrdFtSuDUC&pg=PA1418

Encyclopedia of human rights By Edward Lawson, Jose Ayala-Lasso, Laurie S. Wiseberg - Page 1419
The Anti-Slavery Society is in possession of documents relating to the sale and ransom of Dinka captives. Children have been sold ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=J-SrdFtSuDUC&pg=PA1419

FIFTY YEARS OLD AND DYING - Amir Taheri - Benador Associates, Nasser had his dream of pan-Arabism which would make Egypt the leader... to the capital of suffering left by centuries of slavery and oppression. ...
http://www.benadorassociates.com/article/14024

Amazon.com: Islamic Imperialism : A History: Books: Efraim Karsh, Middle East scholar Karsh surveys for a general audience the region's Islamic political past. Parallel to his narrative, Karsh frequently contrasts the universalistic proclamations of Islam with cycles of imperial consolidation and fragmentation. After recounting the Prophet Muhammad's religio-political establishment of Islam, and the discord about his legacy that continues today, Karsh narrates the battles over Muhammad's caliphate that eventuated in the Umayyad and Abbasid Empires. Karsh's commentary often looks forward to contemporary ideologues of Islam who ransack history to justify grievances. In Karsh's coverage, the irruption of the Crusaders into the Levant hardly provoked a jihad to eject them; that occurred, in his account, through politically ordinary processes of empire building, eventually by the celebrated Saladin. Islamic unity and zeal, however, had always to be affirmed by reestablishers of the caliphate, a theme Karsh incorporates into his chronicling of the rise and decline of the Ottoman Empire, the distribution of its territories after World War I, and varieties of pan-Arabism prevalent after World War II. An informative foundation for further exploration of Islamic history.
http://www.amazon.com/Islamic-Imperialism-History-Efraim-Karsh/dp/0300106033

How a British jihadi saw the light - Times Online I sat there pondering on the pan-Arab denial of the truth, a refusal to accept that the ..... Racism and even slavery are rampant in the Middle East. ...
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/books/book_extracts/article1685726.ece

Op-Ed: What apartheid is and is not - The Stanford Daily Online And while black labor was exploited in slavery-like conditions under apartheid, ..... Islam is clearly anti-Semitic and racist against the Jews. ...
http://daily.stanford.edu/article/2006/11/13/opedWhatApartheidIsAndIsNot

Today, neo-Nazis, Islamists and Arabists as well as their supporters pursue the traditional antisemitic aim of making the world Judenrein -- i.e. cleansed of Jews - - and... one step further, attempting also to make it Judenstaatrein -- i.e. free of a Jewish state
http://www.cjccc.ca/antisemitism/antisemitism_link_29.pdf
Pan-Arabism's Legacy Undoubtedly, Iranians of all stripes are offended at the "Arab Gulf" scandal, not to mention pan-Arabist attempts at fomenting Arab racism against Iranians. ...
http://www.venusproject.com/ecs/aFarrokhArab.html







In Sudan's largely non-Muslim south, it's a combination of both Arab racism and the conquest of the Dar ul-Islam's exemplified also in the expected subjugation and dhimmitude of Egyptian Copts, Lebanon's Christians, Near Eastern Assyrians, and Israel, the Jew of the Nations, home to whom Arabs call "their kilab yahud" Jew dogs.
http://www.michnews.com/artman/publish/article_20134.shtml


Column One: The new Zionist occupiers
Dec 28, 2006 22:06 | Updated Dec 31, 2006 12:57
...This Arab-Islamic union was given ideological heft last week at a two-day conference in Doha, Qatar. "The Sixth Pan-Arab and Islamic Conference" brought together some 270 leading pan-Arab and jihadist leaders from throughout the world. The jihadists, led by Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi, included Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, Hizbullah leader Hassan Hadroug and the Iraqi Sunni jihadist ideologue Sheikh Hathir al-Dari.
Among the pan-Arabists was Khair al-Din Haseeb, who the US Army refers to as the "father of pan-Arab nationalism." Iranian and Iraqi Shiite ayatollahs also reportedly attended.
Qaradawi announced that the goal of the conference was to merge the pan-Arab and Islamic wars against the US and Israel specifically and against the infidels generally. In his words, "All Arabs, Kurds, Sunni, Shia, right-wingers, left-wingers should be united in the full-scale battle with the enemies. They are launching a political, economic, social and civilizational, and cultural battle against us and we should unify our efforts to stand up to it."
The participants all echoed Qaradawi's call for Fatah and Hamas to formally merge and so reflect the wider trend of consolidation in the cause of jihad that is occurring throughout the Arab world. As Qaradawi put it, "Pan-Arabism and Islam are very closely linked. There is no contradiction between them. Whoever is seeking to separate Pan-Arabism from Islam is trying to separate the soul from the body."
That the pan-Arabists and Islamists are military allies in the global jihad was made clear this week in the Horn of Africa as Sunday Ethiopia invaded Somalia.
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1164882001703&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull


Back in the '60s, the first modern civil war broke out between the non-Muslim black African south and the Arab and Arabized... north in the Sudan, Sudanese President Nimeiry's stated during the slaughter of over a half million blacks at this time (and over a million more ever since) that: 'the Sudan is the basis of the Arab thrust into...black Africa, the Arab civilizing mission (Arabism and Pan-Arabism in Sudanese Politics, Journal of Modern African Studies, Vol. 11, #2, 1973, pp. 177-78).'
http://geraldahonigman.com/blog.php?id=P98


Berber Leader Belkacem Lounes: 'There Is No Worse Colonialism Than That of the Pan-Arabist Clan that Wants to Dominate Our People'
http://www.north-of-africa.com/article.php3?id_article=403


Hiding Arab Racism, May 1, 2005
By Adel Makhoul


This book, like Culture and Imperialism, is essentially about Western prejudice against Islam. [Edward] Said condemns intellectuals in the West who in his eyes are "agents of exploitation". Yet Said himself is an agent of racism: Arab Racism.


A Pan Arabist, he always supported Arab unity and "Islam" at the expense of non-Arab and non-Moslem peoples. Said directs and manipulates the Western taste for self criticim, and all that does is deflect the world's attention from Arab and Moslem atrocities committed against Christians, Kurds, Jews, Israelis, Coptic Christians, non-Arab Sudanese, etc.
http://www.amazon.com/review/R1FZS0RYTC94JP


South Sudan and the problem of Arab racism in Black Africa
...Khartoum's project is the Arabization of Sudan. Khartoum is determined that Sudan will eventually become wholly an Arab land with all its diverse African peoples converted into Arabs. Sudan is Khartoum's pilot project, backed by the Arab League, in the Islamisation and Arabisation of Black Africa.
http://www.bnvillage.co.uk/news-politics-village/98509-south-sudan-problem-arab-racism-black-africa-part-i.html

Trends in Islamic Terror... The terrorist groups of the ˜70s and ˜80s were primarily motivated by nationalism, separatism, Marxist ideology, pan Arabism, racism, nihilism, and economic ...
http://www.bvandenb.com/tiit/chapter11.php

Racism Masquerading As Arab-Islamic Nationalism By Charles Deng ... the Arab- Islamic North imposition of Arabism and Islamism on the African South;
http://www.sudaneseonline.com/en2/publish/Articles_and_Analysies_12/Racism_Masquerading_As_Arab-Islamic_Nationalism_By_27.shtml

Yawar, Referendum and Arab racismYawar's statements to al-Arabiyya satellite TV, are true racist Saddamite Arabist discourse. However, we must be grateful to Yawar for being so foolhardily ...
http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc/yawarreferendum.htm

Robert Fisq, Darfur and the destruction of morality ... And yes what has been revealed by Human Rights Watch is only a tip of iceberg because the Sudanese racist fundamentalist Arabist regime does ...
http://www.sudanforum.net/archive/index.php?t-509.html

Short-cut to Decay: The Case of the Sudan - by Sharīf ʻAbd Allāh Ḥarīr, Terje Tvedt, Raphael ... - 1994 - Business & Economics - 274 pages page 174] The Case of the Sudan late 1987, the Arabs did not even mask the so called Arabic congregation — the vehicle for the racist ideology of Arab superiority...
http://books.google.com/books?id=DC3VbsiakMIC&pg=PA174

It has been noted by Opoku Agyeman that Pan-Arabism, in its so-called 'civilizing mission' perceives Africa as a 'cultural vacuum' waiting to be filled by Arab culture "by all conceivable means" (Agyeman, Opoku "Pan Africanism vs. Pan Arabism", Black Renaissance, 1994, p.39) including Islamisation, and the settlement of Arab populations on lands forcibly seized from Africans. The assumptions, objectives and methods of this project may be illustrated from the statements of its principal implementers in Sudan since the 1820s:
http://www.guardiannewsngr.com/sunday_magazine/article11//indexn3_html?pdate=300308&ptitle=South%20Sudan%20and%20the%20problem%20of%20Arab%20racism%20in%20Black%20Africa%20&cpdate=010408

Pan-Arabism Causes Conflict in the Middle East
by Efraim Karsh
About the author: Efraim Karsh is a professor and director of Mediterranean studies at King's College at the University of London. He is a coauthor of Empires of the Sand: The Struggle for Mastery in the Middle East.
Since its formation in the wake of World War I, the contemporary Middle Eastern system based on territorial states has been under sustained assault. In past years, the foremost challenge to this system came from the doctrine of pan- Arabism (or qawmiya), which sought to eliminate the traces of Western imperialism and unify the Arab nation, and the associated ideology of Greater Syria (or Suriya al-Kubra), which stresses the territorial and historical indivisibility of most of the Fertile Crescent. Today, the leading challenge comes from Islamist notions of a single Muslim community (the umma).
http://www.bookrags.com/researchtopics/the-middle-east/sub4.html

[Analysis] Peace will prevail when economic, social and cultural rights are granted to all ...

The Middle East... conflicts...

For example:

* the Israel and [so called] "Occupied Territories" (Palestine) issue

* the conflict between Hamas and the Fatah; the Iraq conflict

* the conflict in Afghanistan

* conflicts within Saudi Arabia

* the security concerns, especially the nuclear threat, that Ahmadinajad's Iran poses

* the Kurdish situation with serious discrimination from Turkey, Syria, Iran and Iraq with very limited support from any powers

* the Lebanon conflict

* the rise of Islamic militancy in Egypt and Algeria

* the suppression of any opposition in Saudi Arabia and most of Middle East countries

* the spread of fundamentalist Islam -- Wahabbi style -- and the attempt to suppress any modern civil secular democratic voices in the Middle East region

* and not to forget the problems in Sudan where civilians are being massacred in Darfur by the government and the military.

[...] Islam is at the center of all social order and of the moral and intellectual values of Middle Eastern Muslims. In fact, it is the official religion in most Arab and Islamic countries. Considering Arabism and Islam as synonyms embodies discrimination against various ethnic and religious groups in the Middle East. [...]

Conclusion

Most regimes in Middle East are authoritarian, if not dictatorships, ruling for decades by fear or reward. The elites who rule in Middle East countries used religious faith with ideology of nationalism for blinding people and controlling them ... conflicts in the Middle East all look different, but the real cause root is related to human rights abuses.
http://english.ohmynews.com/articleview/article_view.asp?article_class=&no=383905&rel_no=1

The Cross and the River: Ethiopia, Egypt, and the Nile - Haggai Erlich - 2002 - Political Science - [p. 174]
1987); "Red Sea Politics and Its Implications on Ethiopia" ... Egyptian influence on Sudanese politics... and so on... Egypt had always wanted to destabilize Ethiopia"... so that it would not be able to attend to the Nile; the Egyptians used Islam, Pan-Arabism, imperialism, and "reaction" to undermine Ethiopia's revolution. ...
http://books.google.com/books?ct=result&id=mhCN2qo43jkC&dq=the+cross+and+the+river+by+Haggai+Erlich+-+2002+-+Political+Science&ots=yTRua4mmIj&pg=PP9&lpg=PP9&sig=ACfU3U01RVvnrfbgM728GB1Q6tuI9bxFOg&q=page+174#PPA174 ,M1


The Arab Predicament: Arab Political Thought and Practice Since 1967 - by Fouad Ajami - 1992 (page 135)
Fascism found an expression in the Young Egypt party, which was a parody of the fascist movement that swept Europe in the 1930s and 1940s; the Muslim Brotherhood thrived at a time of crisis and continues to survive at the present...
http://books.google.com/books?id=Qj-UEPal-cwC&pg=PA135&lpg=PA135

A History of Fascism, 1914-1945 - by Stanley G. Payne - 1996 - History (Page 352)
The Fascist regime had him proclaimed a "hero of Islam" and "defender of Islam" in Italian Libya, where a parallel Libyan Arab Fascist Party was created. If Mussolini supported Zionists to some extent as a lever against the British Empire, both he and Hitler subsidized Haj Amin el Husseini, the violently anti-Jewish grand mufti of Jerusalem. Anti-Jewish feeling mounted in parts of the Middle East during the 1930s, as the Fascist and Nazi regimes and doctrines made increasing sense to many Arab nationalists. King Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia sought German arms and contacts and was favorably received. Various delegations of Syrians and Iraqis attended the Niirnberg party congresses, and there were several different Arabic translations of Mein Kampf. Both the German and Italian regimes were active in propaganda in the Arab world, and there was much pro-German sentiment in Egypt. At least seven different Arab nationalist groups had developed shirt movements by 1939 (white, gray, and iron in Syria; blue and green in Egypt; ... Syrian... Iraqi Futuwa... Young Egypt Movement ... all three were territorially expansionist, with Sami Shawkat, the Futuwa ideologue, envisioning the "Arab nation" as eventually covering half the globe (though by vonversion...
http://books.google.com/books?id=NLiFIEdI1V4C&pg=PA352

A History of Fascism, 1914-1945 - by Stanley G. Payne - 1996 - History (Page 515)
As one approaches the Middle East, however, the trail becomes warmer. This is an area originally impacted to some extent by paradigmatic European fascism.
Some of the new nationalist regimes which developed in the Middle East during the second half of the century exhibited more of the characteristics of fascism than those of any other part of the world. A first example was the Egyptian regime under Nasser, with its Fuhrerprinzip, "Arab socialism," a state sector of the economy approaching 40 percent, and bellicosity toward Israel...
At first glance a better case might be made for the Libyan dictatorship of Mu'ammar al-Gadhafi, established in 1969. Though the dictator of a major oil-exporting country, Gaddafi is a fanatical Muslim... "Brother Colonel" has renounced capitalism, preaching pan-Arabism and a form of "Arab socialism," while his interest in militarism, violence, ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=NLiFIEdI1V4C&pg=PA515

JSTOR: From Ottomanism to Arabism: The Origin of an Ideology Islam was as much the center of Arabism as it was of Ot- tomanism. Yet Arabism and Ottomanism were something more than recrudescences of religious bigotry ...
http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0034-6705(196107)23%3A3%3C378%3AFOTATO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5


Arab Nationalism Run Rampant at Middlebury

By Franck Salameh

August 18, 2006

At Middlebury College's Arabic Summer School, where I recently taught Arabic, students were exposed to more than intensive language instruction. Inside the classroom and across campus, administrators and language teachers adhered to a restrictive Arab-nationalist view of what is generically referred to as the "Arab world." In practice, this meant that the Middle East was presented as a mono-cultural, exclusively Arab region. The time-honored presence and deep-rooted histories of tens of millions of Kurds, Assyrians, Copts, Jews, Maronites, and Armenians--all of whom are indigenous Middle Easterners who object to an imputed "supra-Arab" identity--were dismissed in favor of a reductionist, ahistorical Arabist narrative. Those who didn't share this closed view of the Middle East were made to feel like dhimmi--the non-Muslim citizens of some Muslim-ruled lands whose rights are restricted because of their religious beliefs.

Case Studies on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: A World Survey - by Willem Adriaan Veenhoven, Winifred Crum Ewing ... - 1975 - Discrimination Case studies... Page 88 After the 186 Syrian massacres, the Christians had tried to promote an Arab nationalism... irritated the Muslims... Thanks to the theologians of Al Azhar, the two movements, antagonistic at first, fused into Islamic pan-arabism. Today it is clear that Islam and Arabism, are inseparable terms and that in fact, pan-arabism is synonymous with the cultural social and politica rebirth of Islam... a true Arab must be Muslim. As long as modern Egypt will proclaim itself to be "essentially an Arab and Muslim land" uncertainty will continue to weigh on the Copts, the only remaining native religious minority after the forced departure of eighty thousand Jews.. When Nasser came to power, Egypt resolutely turned its face towards Arabism ...became its staunchest champion and Cairo proclaimed Islamic unity pursued an active policy of pan-arabism which identified Islam with Arabism. The Precarious situation of the minorities became even ore acute. Was it possible to be a Christian and an Arab?
http://books.google.com/books?id=tIfYPppdbeYC&pg=PA88

Case Studies on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: Page 89 ... invariable: since Muhammed was an Arab and the sacred Koran was revealed in Arabic, only a Muslim could identify fully with Arabism.
http://books.google.com/books?id=tIfYPppdbeYC&pg=PA89

Radical Islam in Egypt and Jordan: In Egypt And Jordan - Page 169
by Nachman Tal - History - 2005 - 281 pages
The Six Day War ended the violent, subversive threats (to Jordan) of Nasserite pan- Arabism
http://books.google.com/books?id=PMZlKb_93AgC&pg=PA169

A Diary of Four Years of Terrorism and Anti-Semitism: 2000-2004 - Page 249
by Robert R. Friedmann - Political Science - 2005 - 633 pages
Now a new phase is evident in the nationalization of Israeli Arabs... This latest development points out the danger that Israel is facing from inside, as well as the danger of Pan-Arabism and Pan-Islamism which are forces that are not easily --if at all-- changeable. And similar threats are aimed at the US.
http://books.google.com/books?id=UBavSQq-2tEC&pg=PA249

Palestinian racism exposed - The civilian targets are selected on a racist basis all Jews are fair game, and if a non-Jew is killed, that is an unfortunate accident. ...
http://www.likud.nl/extr312.html

The Palestinians' genocide campaign The civilian targets are selected on a racist basis - all Jews are fair game, and if a non-Jew (Arab) is killed, that is an unfortunate accident.
http://web.israelinsider.com/Views/3533.htm

Are the Israeli Arabs a Trojan Horse... The P.L.O. and its leader, Arafat.. a macro concept of "Pan Arabism," espousing the idea of a "Greater Palestine" in which every Arab is considered to be an integral part of a territorial dream... Their "liberation" means first of all the espousing of a Palestinian identity and national consciousness. After all they, they have loyalty to their brothers and sisters in the West Bank and Gaza or in the U.N. refugee camps in Lebanon and Syria. They also have loyalty to the great idea of Pan Arabism.
http://www.jewishpost.com/archives/news/are-the-israeli-arabs-a-trojan-horse.html

BISH-ARABISM COULD be defined as a radical and rapid shift among Israeli Arabs - especially their representatives in the Knesset - from relative moderation to extremism, spearheaded by Azmi, who himself went from being an advocate of peaceful coexistence between Jews and Arabs in Israel to a preacher against Israel's existence.
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1176152783641&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

In maps, textbooks, lectures, and other teaching materials used in the instruction of Arabic, Israel didn't exist, and the overarching watan 'Arabi (Arab fatherland) was substituted for the otherwise diverse and multi-faceted "Middle East." Curious and misleading geographical appellations, such as the "Arabian Gulf" in lieu of the time-honored "Persian Gulf," abounded. Syria's borders with its neighbors were marked "provisional," and Lebanon was referred to as a qutr (or "province") of an imagined Arab supra-state.

Nor was the Arabic school's narrow definition of Middle Eastern culture restricted to the classroom. Alcohol was prohibited during school events and student parties, and although a school official claimed the ban reflected Middlebury's campus policy, beer and wine flowed freely during cookouts and gatherings organized by the German, French, and Spanish schools. Banning alcohol is a matter of Islamic practice and personal interpretation--not accepted behavior throughout the Middle East--and reflected the Arabic school's conflation of Arabic with Islamic.
Similarly, the Arabic school's dining services conformed to the halal dietary restrictions of Islam, an act implying that all Arabic speakers are Muslims, and that all Muslims are observant; yet less that 20 percent of the Arabic school community was Muslim. No such accommodations were made for Jewish students who kept kosher, even though they outnumbered the Muslims.


Arab nationalism was also evident in the school's official posture toward America's national holidays. The Arabic school was alone among Middlebury programs to ignore Fourth of July festivities. Worse, visiting faculty from the Middle East cold-shouldered older students sporting the closely cropped hair, courteous manners, and discipline suggesting membership in the U.S. armed forces. Most students and faculty avoided contact altogether with those dubbed hukuma (government) or jaysh (army).

Such attitudes and practices aren't confined to Middlebury. A former student of mine who recently took a summer Arabic course at Georgetown University relates that one of her professors, an otherwise excellent language instructor, refused to allow the word "Israel" to be uttered in class. And his bigotry wasn't confined to the Jewish state: during a class discussion on nationalism, my former student argued that "many Lebanese did not think of themselves as Arabs." The instructor's response: "while they might say that, it's just politics, because all Lebanese people know on the inside that they are indeed Arabs."

Arabism flies in the face of historical fact. Ethnic minorities in Lebanon, as throughout the Middle East, have suffered at the hands of Arabs since the Arab-Islamic invasions in the early Muslim period. Of the efforts of Arab regimes and their ideological supporters in the West to de-legitimize regional identities other than Arab, Walid Phares, a well-known professor of Middle East studies, has written: "[The] denial of identity of millions of indigenous non-Arab nations can be equated to an organized ethnic cleansing on a politico-cultural level." This tradition of culturally suppressing minorities is the wellspring of the linguistic imperialism regnant at Middlebury's Arabic Summer School.

Yet healthier models for language instruction are easy to find. In the Anglophone world, Americans, Irish, Scots, New Zealanders, Australians, Nigerians, Kenyans, and others are native English-speakers, but not English. Can anyone imagine an English language class in which students are assumed to be Anglican cricket fans who sing "Rule Britannia," post maps showing Her Majesty's empire at its pre-war height, and prefer shepherd's pie and mushy peas? Yet according to the hyper-nationalists who run Middlebury's Arabic language programs, all speakers of Arabic are Arabs--case closed.

A leading Arabic language program shouldn't imbue language instruction with political philosophy. It should instead concentrate on teaching a difficult language well--on promoting linguistic ability, not ideological conformity. Academics should never intellectualize their politics and then peddle them to students under the guise of scholarship. Those who do may force a temporary dhimmitude on their student subjects, but in the end they only marginalize their field and themselves.

This marginalization has never been clearer than it is today, when Middle East studies scholars are depressingly consistent in their condemnation of American policy in the region... Arabist orthodoxy...
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2006/08/arab_nationalism_run_rampant_a.html

Since they caused both at once, the historical synonymity of Islam and Arabism was created, and even if this identification is considered wrong in theological terms, it became the de facto reality. As a Muslim of Indian-Pakistani origins, Fatah sees the blending of Islam and Arabism as the distortion of the former, and his words echo the sense of many non-Arab Muslims that Arabs consider them to be "second-rate" Muslims.
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1028326.html

the Baathist parties in Syria and Iraq sprang from the same fascist European roots
http://discardedlies.com/entry/?2272_a-pretext-not-a-cause

Arab imperialism
http://www.scribd.com/doc/2891095/Arab-imperialism

ARAB MUSLIM RACISM TODAY
http://www.truthandgrace.com/muslimracism.htm

Arab racism
http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Alt/alt.religion.islam/2006-09/msg00360.html

On September 18 (2007), Hamas' Al-Aqsa TV labeled U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a "black snake."
http://www.thememriblog.org/blog_personal/en/2930.htm

Al Qaeda's No. 2 leader - uses racial epithet against Barack Obama latimes ^ | Nov 20, 2008 Al Qaeda's No. 2 leader uses racial epithet against Barack Obama Los Angeles Times - Nov. 20, 2008 In a video, Ayman Zawahiri says the president-elect is 'the direct opposite of honorable black Americans' and says Obama, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice are 'house Negroes.
http://latimes.com/news/politics/la-na-house-slave20-2008nov20,0,1727083.story

As a wave of pan-Arabism swept the Middle East in the 1950s and 1960s, the Syrian government decided in 1962 to strip thousands of Kurds of their citizenship. The method: a census supposedly designed to root out "alien infiltrators" from Turkey. If a Kurd could not prove residency in Syria since 1945, he or she lost Syrian citizenship. This fate befell 120,000 Kurds.
Today over 225,000 Kurds in Syria are designated as "foreigners", out of a total Kurdish population of around 1.5 million. The Baath Party launched an official Arabization campaign in 1963 that began to stamp out Kurdish street names, Kurdish publications, and even Kurdish personal names.
http://www.ordoesitexplode.com/me/2005/10/_over_one_milli.html

The Bullets of 'Urubah
"I saw him without a gun, shooting at me, and his bullets pierced me just like all the other bullets." Rashid al-Daif, Passage to Dusk
Two days ago I had a conversation with a Syrian friend, whom I will call Saleem, about the merrits of "Arabist" or Arab nationalist governance. Saleem, being from Syria and having gone through the Ba'thi nationalist school system, for the most part defended the idea that Arabism is positive, particularly for Arabs. "Why shouldn't the Arabs have a country? If we are all Arabs, why should we not all have the same country, like Italy or Spain?" Saleem asked me. My response to this was, What about the people that live with you who are not Arabs? And why should ethnicity be the basis for this "country"? "Because Arabs are one nation!" I was told hotly. "We should be free from outside aggression like Zionism and colonialism," he continued. The last question I was able to ask Saleem was "What do you mean? We are free from those things..., the only aggression is against Arabs by Arab dictators," Saleem's response was, "Better an Arab than a dog for that."
http://fashadoo.blog.com/236986/

NGO report on caste-like discrimination against "Al-Akhdam" people in Yemen, ..... drums "to talk" about oppressed lives, the hope for a life in dignity, ...
http://www.idsn.org/tekst/developments.htm

In Yemen there exists a caste-like system that keeps Al-Akhdam social group as the ... Even though overt racial oppression is no longer permissible by law, ...
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Caste_system

fatalistic and encourages people to tolerate the horrible oppression .... They are known as “Al Akhdam” — the servants. Set apart by their African features, ...
http://www.india-forum.com/forums/index.php?act=Print&client=wordr&f=2&t=1658

discrimination against the Al-Akhdam people is a practiced social reality in .... Movement against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism
http://www.idsn.org/Documents/pdf/Press_release_Yemen.pdf

Int’l Movement against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR), ... “In Yemen, the Al-Akhdam in a socially condemned group engaged in disposal of ...
http://www.franciscansinternational.org/docs/statement.php?id=464

social and economic exclusion of the akhdam seems to continue as a hereditary trait
http://books.google.com/books?id=beJP_BOIhEcC&pg=PA224

Human Rights Index of United Nations Documentsc) persistent reports of de facto discrimination against descent-based, culturally distinct communities, among others, the Al-Akhdam ...
http://www.universalhumanrightsindex.org/hrsearch/search.do;jsessionid=06F9DC61E26648B5AF4F8E82BF292EB6?countries=176&accessType=country®ionCountry=country&orderBy=category&lang=en¤tPage=9

In Yemen, there is a minority of people with dark complexion called al-Akhdam. Historically speaking, their presence in Yemen has been a result of the Ethiopian pre- Islam invasion in 525 BC. Settling down in Yemen and throughout the years have adapted a life style in which they practice many trades especially folklore dancing, handicrafts, cleaning and some other free trades. Unofficial statistics show that the population of this minority reaches 500,000 inhabitants living in Sana’a, Shabowa, Lahj, Abyan, Aden and al-Hudaida... they complain from the harassment that al-Akhdam females suffer by the local men who find weddings an opportunity to do so with pretty dancers or singers. Demographic distribution of al-Akhdam in the suburbs is defined according to the tribes. For every tribe has its own Akhdam group of men and women. This group knows its limits and can not cross the red lines between them and the tribe they are living with. In the cities this trend is almost extinct because in most weddings al-Akhdam’s artistic services have been substituted with that of the locals, by this depriving the Akhdam of one source of income. Recently, al-Akhdams have started to become relatively politically active, and in the democratic environment and multi-party system, they have decided to form a political party of their own calling it “Free Blacks Society” whose sole intention is to defend their rights and demand their needs to be fulfilled enhancing by that their living.
http://www.yementimes.com/article.shtml?i=669&p=culture&a=1

Minority Report: Yemen's Akhdam "Out-Castes" They have lived in Yemen for well over a thousand years. They are Arabic-speaking Muslims. And yet they are Yemen's great outcasts. Meet the Akhdam.
http://www.ordoesitexplode.com/me/2005/11/minority_report.html

UN COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, Yemen, 2006
The Committee is deeply concerned at the persistent reports of de facto discrimination against descent-based, culturally distinct communities, among others, the Al-Akhdam. The Committee is particularly concerned about discrimination that interferes with or impairs the enjoyment of their economic, social and cultural rights (arts. 2 (2) and 5). In light of its general recommendation 29, the Committee recommends that the State party develop and put into action a national strategy with the participation of members of affected communities, including special measures to be adopted in accordance with article 2 (2) of the Convention, in order to eliminate discrimination against members of marginalized and vulnerable descent-based groups. In particular, the Committee recommends that the State party develop legislation and practice prohibiting all discriminatory practices based on descent in employment, housing and so as to ensure equal access to health care and social security services for members of affected communities, in particular the Al-Akhdam.
http://www.cohre.org/store/attachments/UN%20Committee%20Elimination%20Racial%20Discrimination%20Concluding%20Observations.doc

The study deals with a case of extreme social practices of cruelty and violent socio-economic exclusion of "Al-Akhdam", a minority social group
http://www.law.emory.edu/ihr/huda.html

Languishing at the Bottom of Yemen’s Ladder - New York Times Set apart by their African features, the group known as “Al Akhdam” form a kind of hereditary caste in Yemen.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/27/world/middleeast/27yemen.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss

racial discrimination in the Arab world ... Yemeni paper Al-Tagheer ...the paper had space to tackle another serious social ill in Yemeni society: racial discrimination. The celebrated Yemeni poet Ali Al-Maquarri warned that Yemen's blacks, pejoratively called Al-Akhdam (servants), are ill- treated and suffer a fate far worse than slavery and that they have to contend with systematic racial discrimination. His novel "Black tastes, black odours", was received with much critical acclaim in his native Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world. Al-Maquarri's views, the paper said, will hopefully prompt others -- media workers, writers and human rights activists -- in the Arab world to be more sensitised to the cause of blacks.
http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2008/920/pr2.htm

Discrimination Against Al-Akhdam People in Yemen ...
http://www.mahalo.com/Caste_System

Islamic Voodoos (Part 1) :: Faith Freedom International :: Islam's life blood is Arabism, precisely, Bedouinism. Once non Arab Muslims eschew this forced Arabism on them Islam will wither away from their society. ...
http://www.news.faithfreedom.org/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1572

Nasser's totalitarian ideology of Pan-Arabism, the forerunner of today's Islamism...
http://www.nysun.com/pf.php?id=42286

The Problem With Darfur's Muslims
("Arabism and Pan-Arabism in Sudanese Politics Journal of Modern African ... of North Africa) is mostly about Arab racism and chauvinism, pure and simple , ...
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/7620

Good News From Europe and the US -
Don't let the Arabist/anti-Semitic taint and news blackouts in the media fool you...
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/3252

TV network Al-Arabiya, on its Web site, solicited readers' responses to the attacks. Several expressed happiness, with comments such as "Allahu Akbar, thanks be to God," "More power to al Qaeda leader Osama (bin Laden)," and "What did you expect? This is only a response to the what the British government has done to the group regardless of which group it is."
In response, these notes were posted: "To the heroes of Arabism and Jihad, since you are sparing no method to attack the West and you gloat as you try to kill the largest number of civilians. How would you like it if the West relieves itself of your headache by hitting you with one of its nuclear weapons. It takes only minutes and then there will be no heroes, no men and no shish kebab."
http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/07/08/london.muslims/index.html

Baath Party is a mishmash of socialism and Arabism.
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0303/21/se.13.html

What is the ideology behind Saddam Hussein's (former) regime?

"The Ba'ath ideology mixes pan-Arabism with admiration of Mussolini and Hitler, some ideas of state socialism and the notion of an Arab supremacy which will be realized after the Arabs have liberated themselves from foreign - that means mainly Jewish - influence and British and American imperialism. Ba'athism is strongly anti-communist and anti-imperialist, and it is anti- Semitic from its beginning. Everything in Iraq is explained through this huge conspiracy theory against the Arabs, in general, and Iraq, in particular. Iraq is thought to be the greatest Arab nation and the natural leader of Arab unity."

So Iraq sees itself as the center of the Arab world?

"Yes, the leader of Arab unity. Saddam Hussein dreams of ruling a united Arab nation that would become a superpower confronting East and West. Iraqi children are taught in kindergarten that they have to be strong Arab fighters."

Is Iraqi (Saddam's) Ba'athism Islamist?

"Pan-Arabism has always said that Mohammed is the forefather of pan-Arabism and that Islam was spoiled when it crossed the borders of the Arab world to Iran and Turkey. The task now is to `re-animate' the real Islam that was taught by Mohammed as an Arab ideology. Especially during the Iran-Iraq war, when Iraq had to face the Iranian revolution, they loaded their own ideology with Islamic content. The Iranians and the Zionists, they said, are part of a 2,000-year-old plot to smash Iraq and divide the Arabs. `We are fighting for the real Islam' the regime said, not the kind of spoiled Islam that Iran represents. I think it was a mistake for the Americans to believe, as they did, that Iraq was a stronghold against Islam."
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=215930

To this day, Islam has retained its imperial ambitions. The dream of regional and world domination has remained very much alive, despite the destruction long ago of the last great Muslim empire, which has left the Islamic caliphate vacant. The 20th century doctrine of pan-Arabism (exemplified by Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser), though secular in appearance, has been effectively Islamic in its ethos, worldview, and imperialist vision. Karsh quotes Nuri Said, longtime prime minister of Iraq and a prominent early champion of pan-Arabism: "Although Arabs are naturally attached to their native land, their nationalism is not confined by boundaries. It is an aspiration to restore the great tolerant civilization of the early caliphate."
http://www.jewishtimes-sj.com/news/2008/0815/columns/018.html

Attacks on Jews by Arabs in Concordia University the "centre of militant Arabism in Canada"
http://www.hfienberg.com/kesher/2002_09_08_kesher_archive.html

Doing Zionism - Resources and articles on Israeli Arabs
There was a certain degree of anti-Jewish rhetoric present in these protests. ... Once the Israeli Arabs had re-encountered their Palestinian brethren in ...
http://www.wzo.org.il/doingzionism/resources/expand_subject.asp?id=151

So much for the good Israeli Arabs | Jewish Journal
Sam - The word Ultra Orthodox is an invention of the anti Jewish media that seeks ..... Israeli Arabs feel the same denial of Israel as a Jewish State as do ...
http://www.jewishjournal.com/forums/viewthread/1367/P75/

The rise of 'Bish-Arabism' | Features | Jerusalem Post BISH-ARABISM COULD be defined as a radical and rapid shift among Israeli Arabs - especially their representatives in the Knesset - from relative moderation ...
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1176152783641&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Similarly, the assorted versions of pan-Arabism Nasserism, Baathism were seen as alternatives to Islam, when in fact they were not alternatives at all. They merely displayed, for quite specific and local reasons, an emphasis on Uruba or Arabdom that was explicable given the impoverished state of the Islamic world and the fact that there were local stumbling blocks to pan-Islamism (including the lack of financial wherewithal). In Turkey Kemalists were in control; in Iran there was the Shah, trying in his maladroit way to emphasize the pre-Islamic past. Pan-Arabism was a version of pan-Islamism, a subset, which at the time seemed to be as much as one could hope for. Nasser or Saddam Hussein could dream of being King of the Arabs, but the idea of a much bigger operation, especially since for both Nasser and Saddam Hussein the most dangerous political opposition was mosque-based (the Muslim Brotherhood for Nasser, the Shia clerics for Saddam Hussein), was out of the question.
http://newenglishreview.org/blog_display.cfm?blog_id=5685

The Myth of the Jewish Race
by Raphael Patai, Jennifer Patai - 1989 - History - 456 pages
In 1960 the French Comite dAction de Defense Democrat ique published a pamphlet titled Racism and Pan-Arabism: A Conspiracy against Human Liberties, ...
this is followed by a paper by Shlomo Friedrich on Pan-Arabism: A New Racist Menace? ..
http://books.google.com/books?id=Xt7f6WBEP0EC&pg=PA187&lpg=PA187

...fascism outside Europe has become a possiblity and, in some cases, a reality. The Iraqi & Syrian regimes have pronounced fascist features... both, the Iraqi & Syrian leadership belongs to the Ba'th Party, an elitist, pan-Arabist group that arose in the 1930s partly as a result of the rise of fascism in Europe.
http://books.google.es/books?id=fWggQTqioXcC&pg=PA162&lpg=PA162

The Middle East - Page 89
by Library Information and Research Service - Middle East - 1999
After Sayyid Jamal, in Arabic countries and especially in Egypt, many individuals were found who, by leaning on racism, Arabism and pan-Arabism, ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=Ma1tAAAAMAAJ&q=arabism

A New Road for France - Page 30
by Jacques Soustelle, Benjamin Protter - Political Science - 1965 - 278 pages
Israel and French Algeria were... two barriers against which the totalitarian wave.. embodied by Nasser... a dictatorial pseudo-state type was created in Algeria, firmly tied to a single party, dominated by the racist ideology of a Nasser-type pan-Arabism and by the revolutionary fanaticism of the Ulemas...Algeria engaged itself in this fundamental domain on the road traced by Nasser's Pan-Arabism and that the Christian and Jewish minority has been victim of a new discrimination [...] arabism, they forget or pretend to forget, that Black Africa never knew more ferocious slave-drivers nor more violent destroyers than the Arab adveturers whose worthy successor is Gamal Abdel Nasser... the enlightened spokesmen of human fraternity and peace are symbolized by Gamal Abdel-Nasser, who assiduously prepares, with the Nazis around him, the revenge of Himmler and Eichmann against Israel.
http://books.google.com/books?id=vPcAAAAAMAAJ&q=arabism+nasser

Violence, Political Culture & Development in Africa - Page 98
by Preben Kaarsholm - Social Science - 2006 - 208 pages
... and the racist ideology of 'Arabism' aligned with Islam that a succession of
governments in Khartoum had adopted in fighting the wars in the South. ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=G-pVrSSxU7IC&pg=PA98

Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East - Page 213
by James P. Jankowski, I. Gershoni - History - 1997 - 372 pages
... of the Algerian Front Islamique du Salut (FIS) uses the 1967 defeat as proof that Arabism, being a form of racism, cannot elicit a sense of community ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=f3axNF2GdCkC&pg=PA213

African Politics - Page 84
by P. F. Gonidec - Political Science - 1980 - 367 pages
In the beginning, under the umbrella of Islamism and subsequently of Arabism,
... This is the 'anti-racist racism' of JP Sartre, who has very well analysed ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=4lMcN-EWwTcC&pg=PA84

Racism, Culture, Markets - Page 139
by John Gabriel - Social Science - 1994 - 212 pages
without parallel economic growth... inevitably delivers a population into some kind of ism, whether it be communism,
fascism or pan Arabism, and weans them away from democracy
http://books.google.com/books?id=wKsxy6lioasC&pg=PA139

Ideology and International Relations in the Modern World - Page 238
by Alan Cassels - Political Science - 1996 - 302 pages
With the exception of Zionism (hardly a Third-World phenomenon), all the ideologies just discussed - pan-Islam, pan-Arabism and other anti-Western ...stimulated by some degree of racial 'anti-white' sentiment
http://books.google.com/books?pg=PA238&dq=&id=DkN6M2mvh9EC&output=html

The Future of Kurdistan in Iraq - Page 304
by Brendan O'Leary, John McGarry, Khaled Salih - 2006 - 355 pages
And, if it were ever to become unified, it would be under an Arabist program,
with a racist agenda for Kurds and an Islamist one for non-Muslims and Muslims ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=8rnsO3QzVacC&pg=PA304

Darfur: The Ambiguous Genocide
de Gerard Prunier - 2005
situation in Darfur a "genocide" in September 2004. Its characteristics-Arabism, Islamism, famine as a weapon of war, mass rape, international obfuscation, and a refusal to look evil squarely in the face-reflect many of the problems of the global South in general and of Africa in particular.Journalistic explanations of the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe have been given to hurried generalizations and inaccuracies: the genocide has been portrayed as an ethnic clash marked by Arab-on-African violence, with the Janjaweed militias under strict government control, but neither of these impressions is strictly true. Darfur: The Ambiguous Genocide explains what lies behind the conflict, how it came about, why it should not be oversimplified, and why it is so relevant to the future of the continent. Gerard Prunier sets out the ethnopolitical makeup of the Sudan and explains why the Darfur rebellion is regarded as a key threat to Arab power in the country-much more so than secessionism in the Christian South. This, he argues, accounts for the government'deployment of "exemplary violence" by the Janjaweed militias in order to intimidate other African Muslims into subservience. As the world watches; governments decide if, when, and how to intervene; and international organizations struggle to distribute aid, the knowledge in Prunier'book will provide crucial assistance.
http://books.google.com/books?id=kVPkluKRKtwC&dq

The Search for Peace and Unity in the Sudan - Page 115
by Francis Mading Deng, Prosser Gifford, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars - 1987 - 183 pages
On the other hand, the ruling elite's attachment to the causes of Arabism and
Islamism, in the narrow racist way they see them, inevitably drives non- Arab ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=XNpyAAAAMAAJ&q=arabism+racist&dq=arabism+racist&lr=&hl=en

Republic of Fear: The Politics of Modern Iraq - Page 154
by Kanan Makiya - 1998 - 323 pages
(First published in 1989, just before the Gulf War broke out, Republic of Fear was the only book that explained the motives of the Saddam Hussein regime in invading and annexing Kuwait. This edition, updated in 1998,...)
...today, nothing can be worse for an Arab than to be acalled a shu'ubi, because the term combines the attributes of a racist invective (most frequently used against non-Muslim minorities and Shi'ites) and the imputation of a treasonous... the Ba'th have used the word in this sense since the 1940s.
The specifically racist connotation...of one's
faith in Arabism as the measure of identity, can a fully blown racist content be invested in the term...
http://books.google.com/books?id=MBSNs4sIYn0C&pg=PA154

PLAN OF ACTION AGAINST EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT AND OTHERS... what happened in Egypt is the plain and clear manifestation of Arabist hatred of Africans, Arabisms disrespect of Africaness, and naked Racism. ...
http://www.sudaneseonline.com/cgi-bin/sdb/2bb.cgi?seq=print&board=50&msg=1137188574&rn=

Israelism defines its borders, respectful of alternative cultures.
Arabism is rogue and misinformed, it believes that all cultures must adopt its ideologies
.
http://opinion.latimes.com/opinionla/2008/06/obama-the-self.html

One thing we should do immediately is drop the lazy concept of the Arab street: it means nothing, it doesnt exist. Like most formulations beloved by the left, its an excuse to avoid having to learn anything hard or specific - facts, dates, trade patterns, economic relationships. The Bahraini street has nothing in common with the Ramallah street. The Arab street is as useless a notion as the European street: Americans should compare, for example, France and Belgium with Kuwait and Qatar. Who are the real allies? The difference at Arab League meetings henceforth will be between those members of a moderate, modernizing tendency and a dwindling number of decrepit thug states who prefer to carry on taking refuge in pan-Arabisms perversion of traditional Arab fatalism and celebrating their failure. - Mark Steyn
http://wso.williams.edu/~ljacobso/quotes/ME.shtml

denouncing Pan-Arabism in all its forms of practice as racism, ...
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/end-darfur-genocide-21st-century-most-outrageous-crime-against-mankind.html

The Last Chance for Sudan to Exist: Get Out of the Arab League Now ...
Pan-Arabism: the Epitome of the most Anti-Human Racism, a Forgery aiming at bestializing the Human Being. An inquisitive approach to the chances of the ...
http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/9-4-2004-58911.asp

Deep down in Darfur - TLS Highlights - Times Online
Handicapped by the latent Arabist racism of the leadership, which hails, as it always has, almost entirely from Khartoum and the Middle Nile Valley, ...
http://tls.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,25346-1886267_4,00.html

Arabists VS Middle East
http://www.michaeltotten.com/archives/2005/04/arabists-vs-the-middle-east.php

...such as pan-Islamism and pan-Arabism which pushed the dilemma to where we ... of anti-Persian campaigns and forged the controversial name of Arabian Gulf ...
http:/www.strategicsinternational.com/Sem_RASTBEEN.pdf [PDF]

Pan-European Arab Muslim Gang Rape Epidemic
http://www.iris.org.il/blog/archives/757-Pan-European-Arab-Muslim-Gang-Rape-Epidemic.html

Racial Gang-Rape: The Sequel, In Australia (07/23/02), gangs of Lebanese youths were targeting white girls – “Anglo-Celtic” in Australian parlance. ...
http://www.vdare.com/fulford/racial_rape.htm

Newly Appointed French Arab Justice Minister... Reactions by Arab North Africans to Rachida Dati's Nomination On blogs and websites, Rachida Dati was harshly criticized for supporting Sarkozy by writers identified as North African Arabs. Dati was even described as "North African on the outside, bigoted Caucasian on the inside." Another contributor wrote: "Ms. Dati's parents wouldn’t even have been allowed to enter France under Sarkozy’s proposed immigration policies, and that’s just one of the reasons I find her so hypocritical."
http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=ia&ID=IA37107

The Arab League as a useless ideological racist Arabist institution has existed only to promote Arabism and Arab racism against colonised non-Arab nations. ...
http://www.kurdmedia.com/article.aspx?id=9285

Islamist and Arabist-racist attitudes, refracted through the honor-shame paradigm, greatly multiplied the scope and duration of the [Arabs vs Israel] conflict, ...
http://www.theaugeanstables.com/2008/06/22/writing-away-ones-future

OLD STAND-BY ARABIST RACIST
http://www.shalomjerusalem.com/jerusalem/jerusalem74.html

Their grievance is not really Russian imperialism, or the 5 to 10 percent of the West Bank under dispute, or black African encroachment on Arab land, or purported French insensitivity to legitimate Islamic pride, much less an American crusade to harm Muslims.

All these issues and the hundreds of others from the right to build a reactor in Iran to the desire for a semi-autonomous Chechnya in theory could be discussed, argued about, and adjudicated through democratic dialogue.

But that is impossible. For you see, the real problem is the democratic dialogue itself unknown in the Arab Middle East and much of the Islamic world, and a hindrance to both sharia and the pan-Arabist thug with epaulettes and sunglasses. Yet consensual government alone is the key to ending failed statist economies, gender apartheid, religious intolerance, state-controlled media, and tribalism. It alone might stop the self-induced misery and with it the tedious scapegoating of the Jews and America.

Much of the Islamic Middle East continues to blame others for its own induced catastrophe, apparently unaware thanks to the lever of oil it didnt discover, doesnt know how to develop, and uses to intensify rather than alleviate its poverty that its entire culture is becoming an international pariah. Islamic young men on European flights are looked at with distrust; they are not welcome in Russia. China wants

none of them. They are wary of visiting India. Australia learned from Bali. The whole world is watching in disgust.
In short, the suicide bomber, the improvised explosive device, the car bomb, the televised beheading, the wacko fatwa, the sleazy propaganda streamer on the Internet, the new cult of death all cowardly and lethal phenomena these are now the innovations that the world associates with the Middle East in lieu of gene research, car production, or computer breakthroughs. If you look for gender equity in the Middle East, you wont find it in Arab Olympic delegations, Saudi schools, or the Iranian government, but in the opportunity for young women to blow themselves up right beside men. Indeed, killing infidels is the nascent womens-liberation movement of the radical Muslim world.
http://factsofisrael.com/blog/archives/000790.html

...Similarly, the assorted versions of pan-Arabism -- Nasserism, Ba'athism -- were seen as alternatives to Islam, when in fact they were not alternatives at all. They merely displayed, for quite specific and local reasons, an emphasis on "Uruba" or Arabdom that was explicable given the impoverished state of the "Islamic world" and the fact that there were local stumbling blocks to pan-Islamism (including the lack of financial wherewithal). In Turkey Kemalists were in control; in Iran there was the Shah, trying in his maladroit way to emphasize the pre-Islamic past. Pan-Arabism was a version of pan-Islamism, a subset, which at the time seemed to be as much as one could hope for. Nasser or Saddam Hussein could dream of being King of the Arabs, but the idea of a much bigger operation, especially since for both Nasser and Saddam Hussein the most dangerous political opposition was mosque-based (the Muslim Brotherhood for Nasser, the Shi'a clerics for Saddam Hussein), was out of the question.
http://newenglishreview.org/blog_display.cfm?blog_id=5685

Saudi Arabia: Asian workers continue to suffer behind closed doors ... Amnesty International Report 2008. The state of the world's human rights ...
http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/info/MDE23/033/2000

South Asian workers in Saudi
Rabiya Parekh 4 Apr 06, 03:51 PM Abdullah Al Mutairi has spoken out against an issue which seems to be prevalent in a lot of Middle Eastern countries, but is seldom talked about.
Sunny Hundal writing in Pickled Politics came across his article recently about the poor treatment of migrant workers in the Middle East.
Every year Indians, Pakistanis and other workers from the Indian Sub Continent flock to countries like Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia for work as servants and labourers.
But many are treated poorly by their employers in their host countries. According the Abdullah there is a distinct lack of respect for these workers, who often do the jobs that many people don't like to do themselves.
But the prospect of a steady income and the need to provide for their families in South Asia keeps them there, putting up with bad treatment and poor labour rights.
We really want to hear from people who have family members working out in the Middle East, and in partcular an honest insight to how workers are treated from those who live there.
Why is the treatment of foreign workers so bad in the MIddle East? What is behind it? Have you ever worked there?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/worldhaveyoursay/2006/04/south_asian_workers_in_saudi.html

Saturday, July 12, 2008
Saudi Arabia's legalised racism
A foreign female university professor “let's call her Hala“ teaches in Saudi Arabia. Her elderly parents come to visit - they go for a pilgrimage in the holy sites, then stay a few weeks at their daughter's.
As Hala goes to the visa office to request a 2-week extension for her mother, the officer in charge tells her it's okay and she needn't worry about it, her mother can stay these extra two weeks, no trouble at all.
As the mother goes to the airport, two weeks past her visa “ well, it's not okay. They let the old woman through but confiscate her daughter's passport (which is illegal, since she technically commited no crime, but since when did that matter in this country?)
The Saudi visa officer denies any involvement and refuses to even talk to Hala, who is consequently sentenced to a 10,000 SAR (3000 USD) fine and deportation. Deportation. No legal grounds are provided for this decision - there wasn't even a trial or anything. Just arbitrary. The officer in charge was probably upset of her being a single working female -- too much for his narrow intellect to fathom.
Only, she's a good professor, and her university intervenes “ not because they care for her, but because they need to keep her.

So, after 18 months - during which her passport remained confiscated and she had to stay in the country - the deportation sentence is lifted; the fine remains.
Poor Hala, unwilling to spend another summer vacation locked inside the country, decides to stop challenging the sentence and pay her unjust fine. The Saudi legal system is so biased against foreigners that fighting it can only lead to a worsening of one's case.
And this was Hala vs. the State: had it been Hala vs. citizen alpha, she’d probably be in jail on a bogus charge or something.
This is what Saudi Arabia is all about: extorting foreign labour, sucking them dry, then pissing over them
http://travellerwithin.blogspot.com/2008/07/saudi-arabias-legalised-racism.html

Saudi Arabia: Asian and African Witches Will be Hunted Down and "Terminated"... The current witch hunt, aimed mostly at Indian and Africans, appears to be a symptom of the racism inherent in the Arab culture. For centuries, Arabs traded in African slaves, and such slavery continues today, with both African women and Slavic women from the former Soviet Union being forced into prostitution.
http://www.westernresistance.com/blog/archives/002298.html

Saudi Arabia: Asian immigrant forced to clean mosques for 'skipping prayers' Riyadh, 18 Nov. (2008) (AKI) - A Saudi civil court has ordered an Asian immigrant to clean mosques next month during this year's Hajj pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca after religious police caught him skipping Friday prayers several times, Saudi daily al-Watan reports. The man will have to clean five mosques along the highway into Mecca twice daily for eleven days, the court ruled...
Earlier this month, a judge ordered a young man to memorise part of the Koran and 40 sayings of the Prophet Mohammed as a punishment for appearing in public with a woman who was not a relative. [...]
The Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is an obligation for all able-bodied Muslims to attend at least once during their lives, provided they can afford it.
http://www.adnkronos.com/AKI/English/Religion/?id=3.0.2720941512

Race, Culture and Difference - Page 273
by James Donald, Ali Rattansi - Social Science - 1992 - 300 pages
Arab racism is such that most Pakistanis would prefer to work in Britain than in
Saudi Arabia for a higher income; racist humiliations
http://books.google.com/books?id=3NZonSikZPcC&pg=PA27

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Selling immigrants into sex slavery ...Mar 10, 2008 ... Slavery. She came all the way from Eastern Europe to treat her daughter's asthma . Instead, once in Dubai, the 27-year-old Moldavian woman ...
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/babylonbeyond/2008/03/united-arab-e-1.html

Asia Times Online :: Middle East News - The second coming of Saladin Arab business elites and the South Asian slaves
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/IE18Ak01.html

(Even "Dubai for Visitors" publication had to admit and pay attention to it:)
Is there any racism in Dubai? Its big question mark there. According to below article there is something going on in Dubai. This is governement responsibilities to look into this. These asians has developed this country with there hard work and if they cannot be lookaftered then shame on this governement.
http://dubaiforvisitors.com/2007/07/26/racism-in-dubai/

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – ASIA Heaven for money, hell for Asian ...13 Sep 2005 ... Heaven for money, hell for Asian workers in the United Arab Emirates More than 10 million Asians work in the Emirates in quasi-slave
http://www.asianews.it/index.php?l=en&art=4110

THE ROVING EYE
Dubai lives the post-oil Arab dream
By Pepe Escobar
Jun 7, 2006
DUBAI - Welcome to the ultimate sociopolitical model for the 21st century: a Blade Runner-esque melting pot of neo-liberalism and "subterranean" economy, Sunni Arab Islam and low taxes, souks and artificial islands, a giant warehouse and a tourist paradise, life in the fast lane and post-modern slavery. The model spells out an apolitical, consumer-mad, citizenship-free society.
[...]
It's fair to argue what distinguishes a citizen from a non-citizen in a state where there's no democracy at all. The power of Dubai's absolute ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, could be defined as Genghis Khan-like. But if you're an immigrant coming from Iran's theocratic nationalism, India's bureaucratic nightmare or Pakistan's barely disguised dictatorship, the last thing you'll want is an interventionist state. So Deng Xiaoping's dictum - "to get rich is glorious" - ultimately prevails. Lee Kwan Yew applied it in Singapore - and it worked marvels.
Racism in Dubai - as in the US south - is pervasive, but off-limits to discussion, even as the fragile social pact between citizens and foreign residents, which in essence means "shut up and do your job", is faltering. A 15% minority could not possibly impose either its language or religion on a cosmopolitan majority - especially when religion is the Wahhabi interpretation of Islam. Thus (Western and Arab) men can get drunk in licensed bars, pubs and restaurants and (Western only) women can wear bikinis on the beach.
[...]
Meet the slaves The social pyramid in Dubai is unforgiving. At the base is the average construction worker, inevitably South Asian, either Pakistani or Indian. He's invisible. But he and his fellow workers now comprise an astonishing 80% of the UAE's population. Human Rights Watch has repeatedly complained that this archetypal construction worker is never treated like a human being. But the UAE power structure couldn't care less.
He works a minimum of 12 hours a day in up to 50 degrees, with a half-hour break, six days a week, and earns no more than $150 a month. He lives in a camp, four and sometimes as many as 12 to a 15-square-meter room lost in the dreary al-Quoz industrial suburb. On his day off, exhausted, he watches Bollywood video discs and catches up with news from home in the Deira souk. One night at the Emirates Towers (in a standard room) would consume five months of his salary. He can only come back home to see his family - which gets an average of 50% of his monthly salary - once every two years. If he's really lucky - or an elderly expat, a former skilled worker - he may eke out a comfortable living as a taxi driver.
He has no rights. Trade unions are banned. If he speaks up, he's instantly deported. Or, in desperation, he may follow the path of thousands who escaped to massive slums crammed with illegal immigrants in neighboring Sharjah. If she's a woman and works as a maid or in a hotel, she can be sexually harassed - and there will be no recourse.
Dozens of construction workers died in 2005. Most of these Spidermen of the Gulf simply fell from the huge new towers, as slings and ropes are not exactly high-tech. A worker died of suffocation in Palm Jumeirah, where the local press discovered that many were being fed half a lemon a day working in 45-degree heat. An array of dodgy companies is addicted to delaying payment of salaries - or not paying at all - as well as confiscating passports.
Slightly better off than the South Asians are the Filipinos, some other Southeast Asians and some Eastern Europeans serving - or playing - in bars, restaurants, hotels, the whole tourist, fun-in-the-sun industry.
Well-paid (and white) Westerners - more than 100,000 - live lavishly as engineers, surveyors, managers, analysts, teachers. The overwhelming majority are Anglos - British, Irish, South Africans, Australians. Every major Western and Japanese IT and audio-video giant, as well as every major financial-services company, is based in Dubai.
But there are many constraints even for the well off. If you are a non-UAE national, you can only buy land in designated "free zones". Foreign companies can only operate by paying a UAE kafeel (sponsor, guarantor) to be their local representative (it is a kafeel who also monopolizes the "import" of foreign workers). Only UAE nationals can work for the government. And education and health care are free only for UAE nationals - certainly not for the South Asians.
Finally, at the top of the pyramid is the al-Maktoum family and its associates, controlling and investing the well of cash derived from oil, exercising total political and social control and building the futuristic version of Arabia based on trade and finance.
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/HF07Ak01.html

Kurds And Arab Syrian Democrats... Farid Alghadry of the Reform Party of Syria called for the end of the pan- Arabist Baathist oppression. "Only Kurds can decide their own faith," he declared. ...
http://www.defenddemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11777013&Itemid=348

Amir Taheri on Iraq (2003) Iraq's democrats and liberals see pan-Arabism as a barrier to democratization. <br>
http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-taheri060603.asp

Ultimately, Arab nationalism became a force of oppression rather than liberation, ...
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Arab-Awakening-and-Islamic-Revival/Martin-Kramer/e/9781412807678/

The fact that all of those entities that call themselves “Arab states” are governed by dictatorships is proof that what they stand for is wrong. These gangster-like regimes collaborate with each other in oppressing their own people, using deadly force and fear tactics while pushing hateful agendas. They delude themselves in thinking they can build free markets and vibrant economies while their people still suffer oppression and lack basic freedoms. Rather each country should abandon Arabism and look inward for a definition of itself.
http://hnn.us/roundup/entries/10788.html

The Pan-Arabists and Islamists have no case. Their ends range from merely oppressive to genocidal
http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0403/goldblatt1.asp

Terrorism: Pan-Arabism and Islam prompting evil.
(Written roughly two months before the September 11 Islamic attacks)
July 17, 2001. A reader´s review on "Culture and Imperialism" (by E. Said)
Extracts:
Before E. Said can legitimately condemn Western "domination" of other cultures, he ought to thoroughly examine the ills inflicted by Pan-Arabism and Islam on non-Arabs and non-Muslims throughout the Middle East and world. As mentioned by others, Arabs have subjugated--or all but eliminated--Egypt's Coptic Christians, Algeria and Morocco's Berbers, Sudan's southern Christians, Lebanese Christians and Iraqi Kurds. Then there are the Turkish Armenians. Sudan's Arab government actively pursues genocide and enslavement of Southern Sudan's Black Christians. Meanwhile, the Taliban have imposed Hitlerian restraints on Afghanistan's women and Hindu minority (that regime was eliminated by the US post 911 but Taliban's active aspiration remain the same). In Indonesia, Muslims are willfully murdering thousands of Christians.
Syrian society reviles the idea of peace with the Jewish people, exhorting all children to fight, kill and seek death, with the promise of both material reward for their families and eternal happiness in paradise. School texts inciting racial hatred, religious intolerance and, outright genocide to him seem emblematic of a "fundamentalist rejectionism," "older than the [Israeli] settlements, older than the state of Israel," reflecting the spirit of Jerusalem Grand Mufti Hajj Amin el-Husseini, who during World War II fled to Berlin, blessing Muslim SS arms and "begging Himmler to let him handle his own version of the final solution in Palestine against the Jewish settlers in Haifa, Jaffa and Tel-Aviv."
The constitution of Fateh--the PLO's "national, revolutionary" military wing-- invokes the vision of a Pan-Arab "nation" which would coincidentally eradicate Zionism, Israel and the Jewish people there. A Friday June 6 sermon broadcast live by the PA called for the enslavement of Israel's 5 million Jewish people as Dhimmis. "We welcome the Jews to live as Dhimmis, but the rule in this land and in all the Muslim countries must be the rule of Allah."
In this vein, the Arafat-appointed Jerusalem Mufti on June 29 incited Muslims to prepare "armies to fight the Jews and to remove Israel from Existence" and called for an Islamic Khilafah State, just as he has done in myriad Al Aksa Friday sermons...
http://www.mail-archive.com/listening-l@zrz.tu-berlin.de/msg04233.html

Syrian Liberal Nidhal Na'isa On the West, Pan-Arabism, Islamism, and Al-Jazeera

MEMRI ^ | May 17 2007
Syrian liberal author Nidhal Na'isa began his career in journalism as a teenager, at the government dailies Al-Thawra and Syria Times,(1) but today he is a vocal opponent of the Arab regimes and the pan-Arab ideology, as well as of Islamism and Islamist terrorism. He has written that due to the Islamist "tsunami," the Middle East could be declared an "intellectual disaster zone"; that if one were to try to sell pan-Arab identity to "the bushmen and the cannibals" they wouldn't buy it; and that the pan-Arab media is "a harbinger of ill, pain, and destruction." In contrast, he praises the West for its humanism and its respect for the individual, and writes that, given the current state of affairs in the Arab world, the real question is not "why does the West hate us?" but rather why it does not.
The following are excerpts from some of Nidhal Na'isa's recent articles:
"We Could Declare [The Middle East] an Intellectual Disaster Zone After the Surging Fundamentalist Tsunami Swept Through"
In an interview published April 23, 2007 on the liberal Arab website Aafaq, Na'isa discussed the Islamist phenomenon:
"The world is swept up in globalization, whereas our unfortunate regions are being swept up everywhere by fundamentalism. We could declare [the Middle East] an intellectual disaster area after the surging fundamentalist tsunami swept through it.
"This is a wave that came after the slaughter, on the debris of the failure and disintegration of the leftist pan-Arab projects, [when] their intellectual hollowness and the superficiality of their proposals... became evident...
"Fundamentalism is a notion that disturbs the sleep of everybody concerned with the present and the future of this region. All of us are fundamentalists, when fundamentalism is taken in the sense of tenacious clinging to [our] opinion and rejection of the other. I see fundamentalism on the faces of all, in their thoughts and proposals. Nobody comes to terms with the other; no one pays attention to anyone else. In my view, this is fundamentalism in its more important and fuller meaning..."
"In Our Totalitarian Societies... Leaving [the Fold of] Collective Thought is Considered Error, Heresy, and Atheism"
When asked about the phenomenon of increasing religiosity in Syria, Na'isa said that it was part of "the spread of the culture of the herd and 'group' thinking, which means the negation of the individual and the individual's importance in creation, development, and originality."
He continued: "Western civilization was founded on unleashing individual initiative and glorification of individual reason and not collective reason, which is generally emotive and not of sound judgment.
"In our totalitarian societies, the collective 'I' prevails over the individual 'I,' and all become equals under the podiums of the [Islamic] jurisprudents. Leaving [the fold of] collective thought is considered error, heresy, and atheism..."
Na'isa's praise for the West does not, however, extend to current U.S. policy in the region, which he feels has been counterproductive and has fed extremism: "Much of the religiosity in our societies is based on the principle 'not out of love for 'Ali, but in order to spite Mu'awiya,' [i.e.] in order to spite the current regimes, and in order to goad George Bush and the U.S., which acts in a reckless, thoughtless, and foolish manner, and, through its policies, increases the strength of this [fundamentalist] current...
"So long as the [Syrian] nationalist opposition forces remain repressed and banned, and religious activity is the sole [kind of activity] permitted and tolerated, many will see in it a shelter for the expression of... their identities as [people who] reject the Arab constellation of despotism..."
The Syrian Media is "A Mongoloid Child, Retarded and Underdeveloped"
In the interview, Na'isa draws a clear distinction between past heroes of resistance to colonialism and those whom the modern Arab media crowns as martyrs:
"It goes without saying, and is clear to anyone with eyes to see, that there is a distinction between [on the one hand] someone who ends a life full of human giving and sacrifice... and who worked for a noble and lofty goal, and [on the other hand] someone with a black history... The lying pan-Arabist, Islamist-propagandist media will never succeed in creating saints and martyrs out of slaughterers, butchers, and hired killers...
"The hypocritical pan-Arab hissing [i.e. the pan-Arab media]... has poisoned our lives and turned them into a cheap lie.... The viper, before it bites, emits a hissing sound, which is a harbinger of ill, pain, and destruction."
Na'isa said of the Syrian media in particular that it is "a mongoloid child, retarded and underdeveloped."(2)
"In Truth, I Think That Those Wicked 'Infidels' Love Us More Than We Hate Them"
On April 22, 2007, Nidhal Na'isa published an article on the liberal Arab website Elaph titled "Why Don't They Hate Us?" in which he lampooned the Islamists' anti-West discourse:
"A great part of the fiery, devout, [Islamic] revivalist discourse... is based on [the claim] that the 'infidel' West is our mortal archenemy, that it hates us with the greatest hatred, and that it does not let any opportunity pass for hatching conspiracies and striking at us.
"[It is also based on the claim] that all of the backwardness, misery, deterioration, decline, defeats, and baseness currently present in the Arab and Muslim worlds are due to an uninterrupted flood of machinations on the part of those evil infidels. [The claim is] that they target our religion and our being because they have no religion, and because we are better than them in Allah's view, and that they envy us for this very reason.
"[The Islamists claim] that we are a great source of concern for [the West], and that we are their sole preoccupation and fear, and that the green [i.e. Islamic] 'giant' is ambushing them with its extraordinary capabilities of poverty, hunger, corruption, despotism, ignorance, prisons, delusion, superstitions, and preachers.
"[According to the Islamists, Islam] is, for this reason, the only one capable of destroying Western civilization, defeating it on its home ground, and wiping it out of existence through 'a few explosive belts' that do nothing other than kill and target Arab and Muslim children and their innocent blood.
"[They say that] the mother of all decisive [battles] the fateful war with the atheist, sinful infidels passes by way of those innocents, and that if it were not for accursed Israel, wicked America, the infidels, and the descendants of apes and pigs that lie in wait for us night and day, our countries and homelands would be like Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Oslo... When Allah rids us of those wicked, accursed people, we will live in tranquility and bliss, and live happily ever after, and we will have offspring, and girls whom we will dress in chadors, veils, and hijabs.
"But in truth... I think that those wicked 'infidels' love us much more than we hate them. If it were not for them, life would be transformed into hell and fire."
"London Has Become a Safe Haven for Fundamentalists Fleeing the Hell of Middle Eastern Despotism"
"[The West] has contributed greatly through material aid, technical expertise, and advisory assistance to many of the amenities of life we enjoy. Tens of millions of humans have benefited from the West's achievements in the sciences, and Western universities have opened [their doors] to the multitudes of students arriving from all countries of the world.
"They have granted citizenship and inducements material and other to all of the outstanding, the gifted, and the creative to live in those countries and even to those who were chased out of their own countries. For instance... London has become a safe haven for fundamentalists fleeing the hell of Middle Eastern despotism. They release, from London, their fiery communiqus for the destruction of the infidel West ...
"The prophecy has been fulfilled, and [these Islamists in London] have, in fact, become the only group to be redeemed from the inferno of tyranny, the hell of oppression, and the fire of despotism.
"It was the infidel West, for instance, that extracted oil from the Arabian desert, and turned it into a green paradise and expansive oases full of vitality. [In these oases,] various kinds of economic, intellectual, athletic and artistic activities flourish, and conferences and conventions are held to revile the infidel West and to accuse [other Arabs] of treachery, in the intoxicating atmosphere of the heart of the desert.
"If it were not for this massive technological aid, those countries would be living now as [they lived] in the earliest period of that great, time-honored history of theirs, before there was a West and before there were infidels.
"In addition, this infidel West dedicated its utmost efforts and thinking... to the medical sphere, and eliminated many of the contagious, infectious diseases that used to be predominant in the world. And it is this same West that gives [the Arabs] electricity with which to desalinate water...
If the West Were To Reciprocate the Enmity of the Arab Satellite Stations, "It Could Turn Their Lights Off and Send Them Back to the Early Camel Age"
"And it was [the West] that launched satellites 'that float in the sky'(3) [that made possible] the [Arab] satellite TV stations which show up every day on the [TV] screens, and which sprinkle their unique 'masterpieces' over mankind. If the West wanted to, and if it were to act with the same logic of unveiled enmity [as the Arab satellite stations do], it could turn their lights off with one push of a button and send them back to the deep black depths and the Early Camel Age...
"I believe that applying oneself to putting forward all of the overwhelming conclusive arguments concerning the humanism of the West, the loftiness of its endeavors, and the nobility of its intentions, would be... a pointless linguistic digression. The general concept can be summed up by [the fact] that the West has not been grudging in [sharing] its humanism and its civilization with others, and it demands of them only a bit of quiet if there is to be no good faith, recognition, and return of the favor...
"The world has become a narrow lane in a small global village. It listens, follows [developments], thinks, contemplates, and analyzes and it cannot at all fathom the motives and the goals of this hostile and vicious discourse of incitement that some tirelessly market, exploiting their alliance with despotic regimes.
"One painful conclusion can be drawn from all of this... [and it is] that the more logical question... is not 'why do they hate us?' if there is indeed some degree of hatred but rather 'why don't they hate us?'...(4)
Al-Jazeera Talk Shows as a Window on Arab Society
In an April 15, 2007 article on Elaph.com, Na'isa took issue with those who criticize the popular Al-Jazeera talk show "The Opposite Direction." In a rather backhanded compliment, he "praises" the confrontational show as an accurate, if pale, reflection of the conflictual state of contemporary Arab society:
"I don't understand why many criticize 'The Opposite Direction'... and call it... a cockfight, or a boxing ring, or a dialogue of the deaf.
"All the aforementioned program does is to pass on, through its participants and its unaffected interviews, some random aspects of a head-butting, fragmented Arab reality...
"'The Opposite Direction' is a microcosm of the larger 'opposite directions' that are to be found in every home, in the street, within every institution, group, and political party, and in every small gathering, even those around a hookah and a backgammon table in a popular caf, or in an out-of-the-way village.
"In fact, relatively speaking, ['The Opposite Direction'] is far less violent than what goes on in reality: the deafness, the anger, the resistance, the mutual shoving and head-butting. It often seems to me as though no one understands the other, and no one wants to listen to the other.
"If Allah, may He be praised and elevated and the fact that he has not done this is [due to] His great wisdom [but] if Allah were to bestow upon us weapons of mass destruction, we would destroy one another down to the last man... And then we could rest, and give tortured humanity a respite from our long and wearying problems, discussions, and talks.
"Hopefully our discussions will remain at the level of the 'The Opposite Direction' a 'bit' of yelling and vituperation... and will not transform into a deadly hell and tremendous bloodshed...
"So first off, I would like to sincerely thank all of the participants... in this program, because they express, in a true and spontaneous manner, the nature of our societies, their innermost being, without any 'touchup'... These are our people and our peoples. This is how we are. This is what we have to offer..."(5)
On the Arab Media's Version of "Arab Identity"
In an April 26 article on Elaph, Na'isa wrote: "The charlatan... propagandistic media glories in the bombastic term 'Arab identity,' and it extols it and promotes it as the heavens' gift to those sinking into a morass of backwardness...
"In truth, I tried hard, exhausted with fatigue and worn down by sleeplessness, and I [still] am trying, to define the basic characteristics of this identity vaunted by the Arab nationalists, professional pan-Arabists, and the Islamists, [thinking that] perhaps I could find a single reason or convincing explanation as to the uniqueness of this gift of nature that they dote on night and day.
"[I thought that] perhaps I could stumble on just one find by which I could advance a single proof concerning the enigma of the Zionist, colonialist, Burmese, Bengal, and Nepalese conspiracies to make this identity disappear from existence...
"I couldn't find any convincing reason [to make] people cleave to this identity, apart from a wicked and obscure desire, not free of bad intent, to take revenge on them, deceive them, and keep them in their state of misery, decline, and in their humiliating position.
"This identity has come to mean... oppression, despotism, coercion, repression, prison, mass graves, security chases, exploitation, persecution, the organized plunder of national resources, odious racist discrimination against minorities and women, monopolization of thought, talent, and creativity, and the punishment of the free. It contains many distinguishing characteristics, such as: corruption, fragmentation, wars, tribal conflict, clannishness, blood feuds, and deep-rooted hostilities that never had any basis in the first place.
"[In the Arab world] the ruler is the army boot..., dictatorship, demagoguery..., military coups, and deification of the leaders. Without these unique characteristics, Arab identity loses its... customary and familiar luster and glamour...
"In light of all of these saddening and oppressive facts, if we were to put this identity... up for sale to the bushmen or the cannibals in the jungle, to outcasts or refugees, to gypsies or to vagabonds would any of them agree to buy it?..."(6)
Endnotes: (1) www.aafaq.org, April 23, 2007. (2) www.aafaq.org, April 23, 2007. (3) Paraphrase of Koran 21:33. (4) www.elaph.com, April 22, 2007. (5) www.elaph.com, April 15, 2007. Several weeks after publishing this article, Na'isa himself was invited to appear on "The Opposite Direction" on Al-Jazeera; see MEMRI TV Clip No. 1448, May 8, 2007: http://www.memritv.org/search.asp?ACT=S9&P1=1448. (6) www.elaph.com, April 26, 2007.
http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=sd&ID=SP159007







Arabism - Racism [concised info, Wiki style]




Arabism = racism!





Pan-Arabism and Arabization

A movement for unification among the peoples and countries of the Arab World, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Arabian Sea. It is closely connected to Arab nationalism which asserts that the Arabs constitute a single nation.

Pan-Arabism & Islam

At times Pan-Arabism has tended to be secular and often socialist, but often it embeds within it Islamic tradition and culture or Islamism (like the genocide in Darfur). and has strongly opposed colonialism and Western political involvement in the Arab world. Also historic Arabizing of the middle east [1] and in Africa that process is still going on today [2]. Pan-Arabism is a form of nationalism and cultural nationalism.

There's a strong argument that Arabism was never detached from Islamism, To this day, Islam has retained its imperial ambitions. The dream of regional and world domination has remained very much alive, despite the destruction long ago of the last great Muslim empire, which has left the Islamic caliphate vacant. The 20th century doctrine of pan-Arabism (exemplified by Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser), though secular in appearance, has been effectively Islamic in its ethos, worldview, and imperialist vision. Karsh quotes Nuri Said, longtime prime minister of Iraq and a prominent early champion of pan-Arabism: "Although Arabs are naturally attached to their native land, their nationalism is not confined by boundaries. It is an aspiration to restore the great tolerant civilization of the early caliphate." [3].

At Baathism there was a greater link between Islamism & Arabism, Fascist movement, Ba'athism. Ba'athism's founding thinkers, the Syrians Sati al-Husri and Michel Aflaq, composed a Koranic super narrative of Arabism, soil and Islam. They wrote of an Islam as the great cultural and intellectual achievement of the Arab people, and it in turn formed a symbiotic relationship with Arabism, such that they flowed from one another, locked in an eternal embrace. [4].

In their book: "Case Studies on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: A World Survey" 1975, pg 88, Willem Adriaan Veenhoven, Winifred Crum Ewing write about Discrimination Case studies: After the 1860 Syrian massacres, the Christians had tried to promote an Arab nationalism, irritated the Muslims, Thanks to the theologians of Al Azhar, the two movements, antagonistic at first, fused into Islamic pan-arabism. Today it is clear that Islam and Arabism, are inseparable terms and that in fact, pan-arabism is synonymous with the cultural social and political rebirth of Islam... a true Arab must be Muslim. As long as modern Egypt will proclaim itself to be "essentially an Arab and Muslim land" uncertainty will continue to weigh on the Copts, the only remaining native religious minority after the forced departure of eighty thousand Jews. When Nasser came to power, Egypt resolutely turned its face towards Arabism ...became its staunchest champion and Cairo proclaimed Islamic unity pursued an active policy of pan-arabism which identified Islam with Arabism. The Precarious situation of the minorities became even ore acute. Was it possible to be a Christian and an Arab? [5].

At The 2006 Sixth Pan-Arab and Islamic Conference, The jihadists led by Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi, included Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, Hizbullah leader Hassan Hadroug and the Iraqi Sunni jihadist ideologue Sheikh Hathir al-Dari, Qaradawi put it, "Pan-Arabism and Islam are very closely linked" [6].

An Arabist can be referred to someone that is well knowledgeable of Arab culture and nationality but can also be referred to a radical nationalist anti non-Arab.

E. Karsh: Pan-Arabism causes conflict in the middle east [7].

As an ultra nationalist ideology it has been embedded with bigotry in its roots and in its motivated action.

In the words of political science professor Adeed Dawisha, pan-Arabism at its inception was deeply influenced by European fascism, with the result that "Arab nationalists, infused with the illiberal ideas of cultural nationalism, had almost nothing to say about personal liberty and freedom." Thus, in keeping with his pan-Arab beliefs, Maksoud has apologized or excused the excesses of assorted Arab tyrannies. [8].

1920's - '1930s - 1940s

In 'A History of Fascism, 1914-1945' - by Stanley G. Payne, page 515 he writes: Some of the new nationalist regimes which developed in the Middle East during the second half of the century exhibited more of the characteristics of fascism than those of any other part of the world. A first example was the Egyptian regime under Nasser, with its Fuhrerprinzip... Libyan dictatorship of Muammar al-Gadhafi a fanatical Muslim... "Brother Colonel" has renounced capitalism, preaching pan-Arabism and a form of "Arab socialism" while his interest in militarism, violence [9] and from page 352: (Iraqi) Futuwa ideologue, envisioning the "Arab nation" as eventually covering half the globe (though by conversion...) [10].

One of the classical combination of pan-Arabism & pan-Islamism was in the Mufti of Jerusalem, he had a pan-Arabism, pan Islamist character [11], (Jihad and) pan-Arabism in its violent form find a common root in him [12]. he influenced Arabism to continue to wage war against non-Islamic nations and peoples [13].







Contents






Racism



In General


'Arabism Equals Racism', in an elaborated article, Gerald A. Honigman writes on the "acceptance of anyone else's political rights in a multi-ethnic region that most Arabs see exclusively as "purely Arab patrimony." That's the Arab-Israel conflict in a nutshell; but it is also the core of the Arab-Berber, Arab-Kurd, Arab-Black African, Arab-Copt, Arab-Assyrian, Arab-non-Arab Lebanese conflicts, as well, among others. The Arabs' Anfal Campaign against the Kurds and their actions in Darfur and the rest of the southern Sudan are just a few of many examples of Arab genocidal actions against all who might disagree." [14].

The bigotry linkage of Arabism's supremacy and radical Islam, by A 'Short Critique of Islamic Fundamentalism' Around the late 1920s the Moslem Brotherhood was formed by Arabist thinkers racial supremacy [15]. In the aftermath of 7/7/ London bombing a group calling itself: "Organization of Qaidat Al-Jihad in Europe" posted: Rejoice O Islamic nation. Rejoice O Pan-Arab nation. Rejoice, for the time of revenge on the British Zionist Crusading government has come [16].

Walid Phares writes about Arabism's denial of identity of millions of indigenous non-Arab nations as an ethnic cleansing on a politico-cultural level [17].

Christians of Iraq site published an extensive historic account on "The Foolishness of imposing Oppressive Arab Nationalism on Non Arabs, Non-Arab Muslim minorities such as the Amazigh, or Berbers, Kurds, and Turkmen found themselves officially out of favor. They faced the prospect of becoming "Arabized" or of being denied political and even civil rights. Groups that identified themselves as neither Arab nor Muslim had it even worse: Southern Sudanese, Copts, Jews, and Assyrians were plunged into a protracted nightmare that saw their communities ground into anonymity, forcing many to emigrate permanently. Even Maronites, whose retention of political power in Lebanon immunized them from utter marginalization, watched with alarm as Arab nationalist propaganda increasingly portrayed them as a foreign and sinister element in the heart of the Arab nation." [18]

Adel Makhoul wrote in May 1, 2005 about Pan-Arabists: Hiding Arab Racism, that they're agents of racism: Arab Racism, that always supported Arab unity and "Islam" at the expense of non-Arab and non-Moslem peoples and tries to deflect the world's attention from Arab and Moslem atrocities committed against Christians, Kurds, Jews, Israelis, Coptic Christians, non-Arab Sudanese, etc. he also points to the fact that Sadam Hussein's poisoning of the Kurds has never been condemned by one Arab intellectual or leader. This is because a racist prevalent attitude in the Arab mind is that the entire Middle East should be Arab. This also explains the attitude towards Israel, a country that is predominantly non-Moslem and speaks a Middle Eastern language other than Arabic.[19] Michael Totten decries the tired Arab nationalist myth that Arabism protects Christians. [20]


Anti-Persian


A historic account of Pan-Arabism's Legacy of Confrontation with Iran & Arab racism against Iranians. [21], Iran Heritage says that It was in Saddam Hussein's Iraq where Arab racism attained its most vulgar ... The "Arabization" of Persian contributions on the world stage was in full. [22]

The Egyptian Arab in the Al Qaeda organization, A. Zawahiri described in April 2008 the "Persians" as the enemy of Arabs [23].


Anti-Assyrian


Assyrians explain that they simply want to live in peace and freedom but have been suffering ethnic cleansing from Islamists and pan-Arabists [24], Bakr Sidqi, the Baghdadi army's chief responding to the zealous cry of the new pan-Arab fascists organised the cold blooded massacre of innocent Assyrians [25], Assyrian writers explain that: The deep and hidden reason of the tyrannical oppression practiced throughout the Middle East is the imposition of pan-Arabic nationalist cliques that intend to dictatorially arabize the various peoples of the Middle East, who are ? all ? not Arabs [26], they are part of any other non-Arab group that was "Arabized" by brutal Arabization [27] & a "new morality" of Arabism [28].


Anti-Kurd


The Kurds in Syria between 2 to 2.5 million [29] they're second class citizens, for many not citizens at all, the attempts of Erasing Ethnic Identity. Syrian Kurds were banned from giving their children names reflecting their ethnic identity. Pary Karadaghi, Director of Kurdish Human Rights Watch in Washington, says one of the most basic ways of showing Kurdish identity was taken away. "The campaign of 'Arabization' actually replaced the Kurdish names, People could not have Kurdish names on cities, buildings [and] businesses. Children's names could not be Kurdish." Syria's Kurds struggle for years to survive despite government oppression on many fronts. [30] , they've been subjected to racist Arabist policies [31] And a cry against Syria's oppression has gone out. [32].

As a wave of pan-Arabism swept the Middle East in the 1950s and 1960s, the Syrian government decided in 1962 to strip thousands of Kurds of their citizenship. The method: a census supposedly designed to root out "alien infiltrators" from Turkey. If a Kurd could not prove residency in Syria since 1945, he or she lost Syrian citizenship. ... Kurds in Syria are designated as "foreigners", The Baath Party launched an official Arabization campaign in 1963 that began to stamp out Kurdish street names, Kurdish publications, and even Kurdish personal name [33].

Kurdish writer charges that: The Arab League as a useless ideological racist Arabist institution has existed only to promote Arabism and Arab racism against colonised non-Arab nations [34].

Iraq's Saddam Hussein's Anfal campaign was designed to depopulate ethnic cleansing the Kurdish regions in northern Iraq. [35], Kurdish writers decry the massacre of Halabja and The Racism of so-called Arab Intellectuals towards Kurds and Kurdistan [36] [37].

At the trial of Ali Hassan al-Majid also known as Chemical Ali (who led the chemical attack on the Kurds), his co-defendant, Abdul Ghafor al-Ani, who headed Saddam's Baath Party in southern Iraq, shouted: "I welcome death if it is for Iraq, for pan-Arabism and for the Baath [38].


Anti-Berber


The UN documented the racism against Indigenous peoples Multi-ethnic States, The Imazighen Berbers are the indigenous peoples of northern Africa and the Sahel [39]. Despite Arabization's oppression in north-Africa, they are a proud people[40], Morocco's Berbers Battle to Keep Their Culture [41], in 2004 they spoke out and attacked Moroccan state racism [42]. Berber Leader Belkacem Lounes: "There Is No Worse Colonialism Than That of the Pan-Arabist Clan that Wants to Dominate Our People" [43].

Kabylia info writes about oppression and tyranny of its people by Arabic-Islamic colonialism [44], the IHT's description: This is Kabylia, one of Algeria's most restive regions - home to a stubborn and proud ethnic minority of Berbers who since the end of the colonial era four decades ago have fought to preserve their cultural identity and independence. [45]


On Caucasians


SHEIK Taj Din al-Hilali: "The Western people are the biggest liars and oppressors and especially the English race," the Mufti of Australia said in Arabic during the extensive interview in Egypt, his birthplace. [46]

On the racist gang rape spree by Arab Lebanese in Australia targeting specifically white girls, From the Sydney Morning Herald 2002 Racist rapes: Finally the truth comes out, So now we know the facts, straight from the Supreme Court, that a group of Lebanese Muslim gang rapists from south-western Sydney hunted their victims on the basis of their ethnicity and subjected them to hours of degrading, dehumanising torture. The young women, and girls as young as 14, were "sluts" and "Aussie pigs", the rapists said. So now that some of the perpetrators are in jail, will those people who cried racism and media "sensationalism" hang their heads in shame? Hardly. [47]

Saudi Arabia's King Fahd Bin Abdul-Aziz, Jeddeh 1993: "I summon my blue-eyed slaves anytime it pleases me. I command the Americans to send me their bravest soldiers to die for me. Anytime I clap my hands a stupid genie called the American ambassador appears to do my bidding. When the Americans die in my service their bodies are frozen in metal boxes by the US Embassy and American airplanes carry them away, as if they never existed. Truly, America is my favorite slave." [48]

In 2006 Arab "Youths" Kick Man to Death on Crowded Bus in Antwerp Belgium [49].

In 2007, In Reactions by Arab North Africans to Rachida Dati's Nomination as French Arab Justice Minister, Dati was described as "North African on the outside, bigoted Caucasian on the inside." [50]


In March 2005, peaceful white, French demonstrators were attacked by bands of black and Arab youths. One 18-year-old named Heikel added that he had "a pleasant memory" of repeatedly kicking a student, already defenseless on the ground. The sentiment was a desire to "take revenge on whites."[50b]



Anti-Jewish



In General


Pan-Arabism's anti-Jewish ideology

The champion of pan-Arabism Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser used the infamous anti-Semitic "protocols" libel in his war against Israel. [51], Both pan-Arabism and pan-Islamic ideologies looked to Hitler's Germany as a model Haj Amin al-Husseini expressed his admiration for the way 'the Germans have definitively solved the Jewish problem,' [52] & Gamal Abdel Nasser's affinity for the Mufti was great [53], Joachim Wurst describes the emergence and psychological mechanisms of modern anti-Semitism and particularly of genocidal Islamist anti-Semitism. He traces the development of this trend from the Muslim Brotherhood and the Mufti of Jerusalem in the 1930s and 1940s through the pan-Arabism of the 1950s and 1960s up to the present-day Islamism. [54].

Racism in Arabism was already strong in the 1920's, Dr. Kaveh Farrokh explains that to understand the awkwardness (and indeed irrationality) of pan-Arabism (or any form of racialism), one is compelled to also briefly learn about the true founders of the B'aath party; Michel Aflaq and Salah al-Din al-Bitar. Both were born in Damascus, they formed their party on the basis of pan-Arabism, like the movements that had taken place in neighboring Iraq in the 1920s. Another influential and French (Sorbonne) educated Syrian, was Zaki al-Arsuzi. Al-Arsuzi was especially outspoken in his racism against the local Turks of Syria and especially venomous in his hatred against the Jews [55] He proves that Pan-Arabism is an extremely racist and chauvenistic movement on par with Nazism, whose ideology is anti-western, anti-Jewish and anti-Persian. [56]

1800's & 1920's.

The origin of anti-Jewish feelings among Arabs do not originate from what they perceive as 'the occupation of Palestine' and the creation of Israel. Even before the creation of the Israeli state in 1948 on what was before Palestine, a largely uninhabited terrain, many Jews were recorded attacked in various settlements by Arabs since the late 1800's [57].

'Historical and Investigative Research' examines if Arab anti-Jewish racism in the first half of the 20th c. (that was marked already then with slaughtering of Jews with the racist shouting of Itbach al Yahud - kill the Jews) was fundamentally indifferent from the European variety [58]. On March 1, 1944. the famous Mufti: Amin Al-Husseini makes speech from Berlin addressing Muslim SS Nazi troops: "Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God, History and Religion. This saves your honor. God is with you." [59].

On Syria's Baathism's racism [60] Major ideas of Baathism center around racism and anti-Semitism. The Baath party stems from the Pan-Arab movement [61], examples: Syrian Daily Al Baath, October 21, 1998 had an antisemitic cartoon, and on October 21, 1998 on Syrian TV: In these days, all of us, Arabs and Muslims, must stand together against the Jews [62].

Egypt has played gross anti-Jewish TV extravaganza "Horse without Horseman" which also portrays the Arab/Israeli conflict in an antisemitic anti-Jewish format [63]. so do anti-Jewish themes in Hezbollah Media. [64] Memri documents Anti-Semitism in the Arab world [65], So does the ADL [66], Saudi Arabia bans Jewish visitors [67]. Pew's finding in 2005 found that in Muslim nations such as (even moderate) Jordan most viewed Jews unfavorably. [68].

But it knows no borders, of the ADL's records documenting antisemitic attacks worldwide [69], the larger portion of those listed since 2002 (to 2008) were attributed to Arabs, especially those in Europe, in a sport game in Chile, Non-Jewish Goldberg (mistaken for Jew) made headlines after fans of Palestino, a Chilean team set up by Palestinian Arabs hurled racial slurs, 'They called me J. garbage' [70].

In 2007 the London editor of pan-Arab daily was praying for Iranian nuclear genocide attack on Israel [71] "if the Iranian missiles strike Israel, by Allah, I will go to Trafalgar Square and dance with delight." circulating its propaganda to about 50,000 readers [72].

Europe

A few examples in France: Already in October 2000 among a very long and troubling list of attacks, Jews threatened and shoved by Arabs outside O.Y. Synagogue in Paris (first of two incidents) & 'Death to Jews' painted on two Synagogues in Marseilles [73], between 2000-2001 200 Arabs attacked Jews on the Champs Elysees [74], in March 2003 French Arab Muslims attack Jews in Paris in an "anti-war" march [75], in 2003 Jewish congregations in Sweden have noted a sharp increase in "harassment threats and attacks by Arabs and Muslims against Jews [76], in 2004 Six Arab youths attacked a twenty three year old young mother with her thirteen month old baby [77] after "deciding" she was Jewish, cut her hair with knives, slashed her clothes and scrawled swastikas on her belly in black felt-tip pen [78],in March 2006 Jews attacked in Paris suburbs by Arabs [79] in June 2008 Jewish Boy Attacked by Arab Muslim Mob in Paris [80], A 17-year-old French Jew Rudy Haddad attacked by North-Africans (Arabs) Jewish teen brutally beaten in apparent anti-Semitic attack in Paris, "[Sarkozy] assures the victim and his family of his support and renews his total determination to fight all forms of racism and anti-Semitism," said a statement from Sarkozy's office. A 23-year-old French Jew, Ilan Halimi, was found naked, tortured and covered in burns near Paris on February 13, 2006, after being held captive for three weeks. He died on the way to the hospital. The crime shocked France and raised fears of surging anti-Semitism among French Muslims. In February of this year, another Jewish teenager was tortured in the same town in which Halimi was killed, in yet another anti-Semitic attack. [81].

At the UN

The Arab Lawyers Union of Egypt in Durban in 2001, distributed a booklet of violently Anti Jewish cartoons and has, since then, continued its incitement to Jew-hatred [82].

Jeremy Jones wrote in a report in 2004 on Australia that some of the most overt anti-Jewish rhetoric in recent years has come from the Muslim and Arab groups & communities, and within the Arab and Muslim communities there is a group of activists who seek at every opportunity to denigrate Jews, not only in association with attacks on Israel [83].

On campus

Columbia University's investigation into charges of anti-Jewish intimidation by Arab professors [84].

Harassment on Jewish students in Canadian universities by Arabs like in Carleton [85], Concordia University [86] which has been described by some as "centre of militant Arabism in Canada" [87]. [88] there were charges (in 2002) of militant Arabism in Canada's Concordia University.

On May 7 2002, an example has been seen at the SFSU while a large, angry crowd of Arab Palestinians and their supporters swarmed a Jewish peace rally (where students wore t-shirts that said "peace" in English, Hebrew and Arabic) members, used physical violence, and shouted "Get out or we will kill you" and "Hitler did not finish the job" [89] [90] [91].

November 2008, Arab Students at UC Berkeley Disrupt Israel Event, Attack Jews The Arab students unfurled the large flag on a balcony above the outdoor site where the concert was taking place, inciting a provocation right in front of the concert-goers, who were enjoying the event as part of the campus' Israel Liberation Week. Several Jewish concertgoers went into the building to ask the Arabs to remove the flag – but were viciously attacked, with one male concertgoer knocked down from a blow on the back of his head, witnesses said. College alumnus Gabe Weiner, who was helping run the concert, was assaulted by the leader of the anti-Israel group, Husam Zakharia, who also attacked one of the performers, Yehuda De Sa. The fight was finally broken up by John Moghtader, a senator in the UC Berkeley student organization. Police were called in and arrested Zakharia along with others from his group, charging them with battery. Witnesses said that the Arab students shouted anti-Semitic curses and epithets throughout the incident, calling the Jews “Nazis” and “dogs,” [92].

There are complaints against the Muslim Students Association MSA of racism against Jews coming from its Arabs, Muslims, in 2008 Author David Horowitz, a popular conservative writer, was derided in a Nazi-like anti-Semitic cartoon, put out by the Muslim Student Association. The cartoon, which was copied and spread around campus, portrays Horowitz, a Jewish man, as a hooked-nose Nazi hiding in a trash can [93].


Roots and cause of Middle east conflict


Pundits explain that the conflict in the middle east Arabs Vs Israel (that started with racist massacres on Jews accompanied with the slogan "Itbach al Yahud - Kill the Jews" [94] already in the 1920's [95], through Hitler's buddy [96] the Mufti Mohammad Amin al-Husayni is just another Arab Muslim intolerance, the plight of Israel - being a minority in a majority hostile middle east. [97] [98] [99] [100] [101] And even progressive, left wingers in Israel realize that Arab racism must go, and that "There will be no peace around here before Arabs view Jews as human beings." [102], or as others have phrased it: Racism and Middle East Politics, As long as middle-eastern Arabs teach their children to hate Jews, there will be no lasting peace [103]. 'Facts and Logic About the Middle East' asks: Racism in the Islamic World How can peace prevail in the Middle East in the face of Islamic bigotry and hate? When will moderate Muslims speak out? [104], and the phenomenon of the new anti-Semitism which demonizes Jews and Israel alike, has fused itself with the "old" European anti Jewish bigotry [105]. Saddam Hussein's "Three Whom God Should Not Have Created: Persians, Jews, and Flies" [106] who also led a racist [107] genocide campaign [108] against the Kurds, coincides with that in moments before his death, he shouted: 'Palestine is Arab', meaning only Arab. [109], as part of a culture of hatred, the racism that denies historic roots of the Jews to Israel [110].

The first recorded Arab attack on Jews in Palestine was already back in 1886 in Petach Tikva [111][112] [113] [114].

Regarding the racist expulsion of 850,000 to 900,000 Jews from Arab countries [115] [116] the ethnic cleansing of the Jews [117], the UN Watch Mar 19, 2008 has raised the importance of Historic truth in: Testimony at the UN - "Racism and Historical Truth: Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands" [118].

On anti-Jewish racism's effect on clarity of the middle east, Interfaith Office Acknowledges (May 2008) Anti-Jewish Motifs and Stereotypes in Commentary About Arab-Israeli Conflict [119], concern about Carter's pro-Arabism and veteran historian of Islam and the Middle East [120] & Bernard Lewis is concerned that the "Arab strain of racism, untruths and hatred against Jews and Israel is not only more virulent than its European counterpart, but is not counterbalanced by true scholarship or competing reason." As a result, he believes, attitudes and beliefs "long discredited in the modernity of western countries take root with gullible, impressionable Middle Eastern audiences from a pre-modern culture." [121].

There's extensive research on 'Palestinian Anti-Semitism' [122], In its official media, the PA daily described: The Fable of the Holocaust [123], the JCPA elaborates About Anti-Semitism among Palestinian Authority Academics and how The Palestinian Authority's academic anti-Semitism has built an extensive case against Jewish existence [124] This Palestinian racism is particularly dangerous because this hatred of Jews is portrayed as the will of Allah. [125]
The Arab-Palestinian racism of killing only Jews In Israel for the sole reason of being Jewish. they target every Jew, regardless of his or her individual political views, and they apologize when they accidentally kill a non-Jew (Arab), regardless of his political view. [126] [127]

Rachel Neuwirth Wrote "Judenrein Palestine?" about Arabs forcing Israel to remove Jews from their historic Judea and asks: Why can't Jews live in their historic homeland if there really is peace? After all, there are 1.2 million Arabs living as citizens of Israel in the one Jewish country in the world, while there are only a handful of Jews living in any of the 22 Arab countries. In fact, in Jordan and Saudi Arabia, not only is it illegal for Jews to be citizens, they are not even allowed to live there. Therefore, she proves, instead of Israel being the "apartheid state" in the region, it is the Arab world that is not only apartheid, but also racist and religiously exclusive" [128].


Anti-Jewish by Israeli-Arabs


The worrying involvement of Israeli Arabs in terrorist attacks directed against Israeli Jews [129] [130], Among the brazened ones in 2008 are noted the bulldozer attacks [131], "He took the bulldozer, with which he fed his own wife and family, and used it to crush other families to death, simply for being Israeli Jews."[132]. On July 7, 2008 a writer in Israel's lefty paper Haaretz asks: If justifying the murder of innocents because they belong to a certain hated group is not abject racism, I'd like to know what is. [133].

Israeli-Arab leadership, Arab MK Ahmed Tibi: (the entire area) 'Palestine Belongs to Arabs, Not Jews' [134], on January 2008 Islamic Movement head in Israel was charged with incitement to racism, violence [135] and on August 2008 Police shut down offices of Islamic Movement branch suspected of aiding Hamas, He was later in court with incitement to violence and racism, over a fiery speech he gave in the Wadi Joz neighborhood, in which he accused Jews of using children's blood to bake bread. [136]

In face of radical Arabs' in Israel, such as Azmi Bishara toward terrorism, forming alliances with those attempting to annihilate Israel, a new term was coined: 'Bish-Arabism' , it could be defined as a radical and rapid shift among Israeli Arabs - especially their representatives in the Knesset - from relative moderation [137].

In Oct 2008, on Yom Kippur, an Arab driver drove dangerously wild into Jewish neighbourhoods causing clashes, Arabs heading back to their neighborhoods ran riot through Jewish areas of the city. Calling “Death to the Jews” and Allah hu akbar (”Allah is great”), the rioters vandalized hundreds of Jewish-owned shops and vehicles, and threw rocks at people on their way to or from Yom Kippur prayers. [138]


Anti-Asian


Some had the courage to speak out against the terrible treatment of South Asians in Saudi Arabia [139], in 2008 Asian immigrant are forced to clean mosques for 'skipping prayers' Riyadh [140], Saudi Arabia courts: "Asian and African Witches Will be Hunted Down and Terminated". The current witch hunt, aimed mostly at Indian and Africans, appears to be a symptom of the racism inherent in the Arab culture. For centuries, Arabs traded in African slaves, and such slavery continues today, with both African women and Slavic women from the former Soviet Union being forced into prostitution. [141], Amnesty charged on Saudi Arabia that Asian workers continue to suffer behind closed doors [142], from the book: 'Race, Culture and Difference' by James Donald, Ali Rattansi p 27: Arab racism is such that most Pakistanis would prefer to work in Britain than in Saudi Arabia for a higher income; racist humiliations. [143].

High amount of racism is recorded against Asians in Dubai, especially against Indians and other Asians, the situation is so bad that Even "Dubai for Visitors" publication had to write about it [144]. "Meet the slaves" in UAE, Mainly of Indian or Pakistani origins [145]. United Arab Emirates - Heaven for money, hell for Asian workers in the United Arab Emirates More than 10 million Asians work in the Emirates in quasi-slave [146].


Caste system


The Al Akhdam, a minority social groupof a dark complexion in Yemen, or Yemen's blacks, pejoratively called Al-Akhdam (servants) [147], has been subjected to racial segregation, extreme social practices of cruelty and violent socio-economic exclusion [148], discrimination [149] and oppression, the group form a kind of hereditary caste in Yemen [150].


Anti-African


Arab Racism against Black Africans [151] [152], Darfur is but one example of Arab racism toward non-Arabs within the broader Arab world [153]. In the New York Times June 5, 1988 about Libya's leader: Qaddafi is bringing a truly racist crusade against Chad and Africa, Chad's President, Hissen Habre, told [154]. blacks who live in Arab countries subject to racism, most Arabs refer to blacks as "Abed" which means "slave" in Arabic. [155]. Umarlee details it: "Ugly Black Women", Perfect Arab Wives, and Matters of Race, Arab racism is not akin to American white racism. Let it be said that Arab racism is different from white (American) racism [156]. In an article in The Guardian 2008, titled 'A paler shade of black' a former Sudanese Arab described his growing up (by his family) as "superior" to blacks, that were referred to as "abd" (slave), yet when he moved to Saudi Arabia he found out that his Arabness didn't measure up, he wasn't Arab enough in Saudi Arabia's racist society. [157] Some charge the Arab attitude on Darfur, 'to the True Nature of the Twin Fascisms of Islamism and Pan-Arabism' [158].

Al Qaeda's No. 2 leader uses racial epithet against Barack Obama, latimes | Nov 20, 2008, In a video, Ayman Zawahiri says the president-elect is 'the direct opposite of honorable black Americans' and says Obama, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice are 'house Negroes. [159].

Eritreans in Egypt suffer from racism [160], in 2008 alone at least 20 Darfurian refugees (who tried to break free from Egypt's oppression into democratic Israel) have already died at the hands of Egyptian forces [161].

Palestinian-Arab Racism: Secretary of State Rice has been the subject of some vicious racial attacks [162] including an anti-black Racist Rice Cartoon in Palestinian Authority's controlled Press Al Quds 'Black spinster' label pinned on Condi Rice Palestinian media use racist terms including 'colored dark skin lady'[163] Condemned by Black Activists [164]. On September 18 2007, Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV labeled U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a “black snake.” [165].


Slavery & Arabism


It was 'Pan-Arabism' who authorized the enslavement of African Muslims in Saudi Arabia and other Arab states [166], and in Darfur, says an Arab human-rights activist: The chief culprit in this particular case seems to be pan-Arabism, the fascist movement that rose to power half a century ago through military coups [167]. In her book, Kola Boof wrote about slavery and Arabism in Sudan [168], The Anti Slavery Society found that: there is an ingrained psychology of racism or Arabism which deems the Dinka inferior [169].

Fundamentalist Islam and fanatical Arabism play a very important role in the slavery, ethnic cleansing, genocide in Sudan, the situation in Mauritania is equally beset with conflict. The history and tradition of African enslavement by Arabized moors is old and has persisted to the present day [170].

On Mauritania, The American Anti-Slavery Group reported, Slavery has been a part of Mauritanian society for centuries. In fact, today the majority of the country's population is comprised of slaves or former slaves. [171].

Persian Ahreeman X wrote about: the High Price that his ancestors paid to free Iran from Pan Arabist (Islamic) Slavery after 222 years of colonialism by Arabo-Muslim Oppressors. [172]


Genocide in Sudan


Sudanese Islamist dictator Omar el-Bashir, the Arabist Islamist regime that displaced over 5 million in southern Sudan. [173].

In 'Genocide in Darfur' by (by Samuel Totten, Eric Markusen) pg. 30, it lays out the background that led to the current calamity, racist pan-Arabism by Libya's Arab supremacist legion action for Arab expansion in Chad in 1987, and that: Libya was not orchestrating a simple border raid on a poor country; it was pursuing a new strategy of pan-Arabism, couched in an emotionally charged ideology [174].

The Christian Science Monitor 2004 affirms that Racism is at root of Sudan's Darfur crisis [175], a writer at RaceandHistory.com calls it 'Arab Racism And Imperialism In Sudan' [176], Darfur crisis linked to Arab racism, Slavery [177]. and this genocide has been described as an example of Arab racism at its worst [178]. Sudanese decry the "Apology of racism", that some Sudanese people of Arabic origin consider themselves superior than the indigenous Sudanese [179]. Der Spiegel writes about the Janjaweed: Sudan's War within a War - regime that uses tribal conflicts and Arab racism [180]. Pundits of Sudan write about "Arab racism, Islamic bigotry and discriminatory practices are the most divisive issues in the Sudan" and its terrible effect, crimes on non-Arab Sudanese [181].

Arabism = Violence






Arabism & Violence: Dictatorship, Oppression, War, Terrorism


The front runners of Pan-Arabism, brutal tyrants and waged large scale wars, such as Egypt's Nasser [182], Iraq's Saddam Hussein [183], Syria's Assad (on Lebanon [184] [185] [186] and on it's own people [187] [188] like the Hama massacre [189] [190] and the dictator in Sudan Al Bashir [191] [192].

The fact that all of those entities that call themselves “Arab states” are governed by dictatorships is proof that what they stand for is wrong. These gangster-like regimes collaborate with each other in oppressing their own people, using deadly force and fear tactics while pushing hateful agendas. They delude themselves in thinking they can build free markets and vibrant economies while their people still suffer oppression and lack basic freedoms. Rather each country should abandon Arabism and look inward for a definition of itself. [193].

Pan-Arabists and Islamists ends range from merely oppressive to genocidal [194]

Farid Alghadry of the Reform Party of Syria called for the end of the pan- Arabist Baathist oppression. "Only Kurds can decide their own faith," he declared. [195]

Amir Taheri on Iraq (2003) Iraq's democrats and liberals see pan-Arabism as a barrier to democratization. [196]

The linkage to terror

Protecting terrorism, Pan-Arabism: the inhuman progenitor of Islamic Terrorism [197]. "Terror was used by the Arabs against the Jews in the Land of Israel since the dawn of Zionism." [198].

An Arabist group called Jamiat-e Dawa el al Qurani Wasouna. The J.D.Q., as it is known by American intelligence, is suspected of having links to both the Saudi and Kuwaiti governments [199]

Osama bin Laden is in fact the latest and quintessential product of pan-Arabism [200]

Palestinian Fatah Leader, School Books Supports Terrorism Against US in Iraq, quote: "We [however,] take pride in this [Arab nationalist] language because we are the authentic Arabs who believe in our Arabism, our faith, our cause" [201]







Watch:

On Berbers


Berber Exploitation [by Arabs, Arabization]- Morocco http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymfAxe_XcH8


On Kurds


[Kurds, victims of Arab racism] "Halabja" Moments before the Genocide / March/ 16 / 1988 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR-C6aSMp6g



On Africans


The Devil Came on Horseback [Arab racism in Sudan] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV7yQY0dQs4



On Jews

Arab Muslim war crimes against the Jewish people (since the 1940's) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JxE1rFRMRs
The Truth About Arab "Palestinian" Terrorism http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlwNXd3_cW0

Hebron Massacre, 1929, the first documented [Arab] massacre in the holyland http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skYN3q1BsEo


Israel is a victim of Palestinian Terrorism & Islamic Jihad (background on Arabs' war on the Jews) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdH0XxDEjG4

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